In 2007, American exchange student Amanda Knox was accused and acquitted of killing her British roommate Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy. The shocking death went on to be one of the most captivated murders ever publicised, with the world's media turning the grisly murder into a tabloid frenzy. And now, Amanda will be telling her version of the story in the new Netflix-produced documentary Amanda Knox.
Netflix have released two trailers for Amanda Knox, with one depicting her of being guilty and the other portraying her in an innocent stuck in a real-life horror story. In the 'suspect her' trailer you hear Knox speaking in a voiceover saying, "There are those who believe in my innocence and there are those who believe in my guilt. There's no in between. And if I'm guilty, it means that I'm the ultimate figure to fear because I'm not the obvious one. But on the other hand, if I'm innocent, it means that everyone is vulnerable. And that's everyone's nightmare. Either I'm a psychopath in sheep's clothing or I am you."
The doco will feature gripping interviews from Amanda, her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito (who was convicted of the crime during the first trial) and Italian prosecutor Giuliano Mignini. It will also reveal for the first time police footage from the morning of the murder, and give an in-depth insight into the brutal killing. See the trailers below:
Amanda Knox premieres on Netflix September 30, 2016.