How is this a documentary? this is a deeply misogynistic and biased depiction of a very troubled man and his family. It barely touches the surface when it comes to the victims stories. The director himself admitted interviewing "3 or 4" out of over 15 victims. The editing is such a joke it borders on propaganda sometimes, especially towards the end. The fact this won so many prizes says a lot about the industry/the world, particularly in the early aughts and pre #MeToo. Also what a terrible idea to watch this while severely anxious, would not recommend.