Oh he totally did it. I had no idea they exhumed the mother of the two girls and she didn't have an aneurysm after all but it was just something he said."It is weird we're had two Mum's die at the bottom of the stairs..."
Oh he totally did it. I had no idea they exhumed the mother of the two girls and she didn't have an aneurysm after all but it was just something he said.
Reading up on the case, there are a lot of inconsistencies in his account. He said he was only out on the pool for like 10 minutes (who sits out at the pool in the middle of the night in December?) but when the paramedics got there the blood was already drying and she had been dead for over an hour. There was indication of him trying to clean up the scene and trying to stage evidence (for example there were two wine glasses but neither had her fingerprints on them). I truly think he is a narcissist and a liar and he killed her because she was his meal ticket and wanted a divorce after she found out about his affairs. The way he never even seemed that bothered about her death in the documentary and just kept puffing on his pipe and telling stories about himself... That said, the state did not prove he did it beyond a reasonable doubt and leaned a lot on homophobia to get a conviction.At first I thought he did, but the owl theory is really checking all the boxes for me in terms of plausibility.
It's chilling. And they were having dinner right there.Juliette Binoche is an absolute icon, and things keep taking me out, like them keeping the murder scene intact for months between occurance and the trial, and everyone just living on that house with the blood stained staircase.
I had to look this up because I thought she'd be nominated at the very least – but she has one for her role in The Sixth Sense - and that's it?! She deserves so much more, a true, underrated talent.The truth. Right up there with the best actors ever. The fact that she doesn't have an Oscar yet is appalling.