Girl in the Picture

Girl in the Picture

A young mother’s mysterious death and her son’s subsequent kidnapping blow open a decades-long mystery about the woman’s true identity, and the murderous federal fugitive at the center of it all.

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  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Crime, Documentaries
  • Stars: Natalie De Vincentiis, Mark Chinnery, Sarah French, Dana Mackin, Meg Schimelpfenig, Robert Christopher Smith
  • Director: Skye Borgman
  • hishamkhan-89784 - 17 June 2024
    Some questions remain
    The story is very tragic and unbelievable. The documentary left some questions unanswered as many people have identified.

    Who killed Sharon? Nobody tried to investigate.

    Why didn't the FBI question that psychopath at the time of arrest and find out who Sharon/Suzanne really was.

    The first stripper interviewee said that Sharon was not allowed with her son anywhere alone because of her husband, while the other strippers believed that he was her father. So many bruises on her body and yet no one tried to help.

    How come that best friend from high school saw her getting raped by her father and kept quite for all this time.

    Either they all are lying to make up this story or everyone just failed to protect that girl. I am really shocked and loosing faith in humanity.
  • ScrewCancelCulture - 23 May 2023
    Typical Netflix filler doco
    It's your typical Netflix documentary 40 minutes of genuine substance genuine information fill the rest out with crap I mean honestly there's 40 odd minutes that is genuine information that's useful the other hour is just nonsense there's nothing in it it's just some chick talking about a yearbook some stripper talking about nothing if you're actually going to punish yourself and sit through this fast forward it to about 50 minutes in and you'll be fine I'm honestly done with Netflix documentaries I'm just tired of it take a documentary that's only good for 40 minutes and then stretch it out for an hour and a half with crap the same as the TV show documentaries you have enough information for five episodes but yes stretch it out for 13 I mean the perfect example that is the documentary about the Cecil hotel they literally had entire episode based around YouTubers yeah that's how desperate they were the stretch that crap out.. at the end of the day this documentary would be good for 40 minutes that is it.