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I Just Killed My Dad (2022)

Documentary  
Rayting:   6.8/10 2.1K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Anthony Templet shot his father and never denied it. But why he did it is a complex question with profound implications. Explore Anthony's psyche prior to the events of June 3, 2019 and the journey of his mental and emotional aftermath.

Episode Guide

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August 9, 2022star7.4 89 votesS1E1 I'm Not A Killer
August 9, 2022star7.4 75 votesS1E3 Big Bad Burt
August 9, 2022star7.3 76 votesS1E2 I Found My Son

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arungeorge13 10 August 2022

bets10 sorunsuz giriş. Skye Borgman's latest documentary starts off with a very biased and disjointed perspective, but progressively gets better and ends on an emotionally high note. The first episode paints the titular incident as an open and shut case, with the first investigators never bothering to understand the years of trauma that led to it.

When the story turns on its head, and the supposed perpetrator eventually becomes the victim, we arrive at a more informed point of view. Bigger stories of abuse come to light, and we begin to slowly understand why Anthony may have done what he did. The lawyer, while his intentions are good, came across as full of himself, and I think Netflix gave him a chance to look like a heroic saviour.

That aside, to see "hopeless, emotionless" Anthony catching up with his biological mother's family and breaking into tears, was very moving. I'm glad that Netflix has started looking at true crime documentaries beyond serial killers.

arungeorge13 10 August 2022

Skye Borgman's latest documentary starts off with a very biased and disjointed perspective, but progressively gets better and ends on an emotionally high note. The first episode paints the titular incident as an open and shut case, with the first investigators never bothering to understand the years of trauma that led to it.

When the story turns on its head, and the supposed perpetrator eventually becomes the victim, we arrive at a more informed point of view. Bigger stories of abuse come to light, and we begin to slowly understand why Anthony may have done what he did. The lawyer, while his intentions are good, came across as full of himself, and I think Netflix gave him a chance to look like a heroic saviour.

That aside, to see "hopeless, emotionless" Anthony catching up with his biological mother's family and breaking into tears, was very moving. I'm glad that Netflix has started looking at true crime documentaries beyond serial killers.

Guanche48 12 August 2022

I Just Killed My Dad watchseries. Very good documentary. Well edited and detailed, at the same time frustrating and sad.

I couldn't stop watching it, very interesting.

The stepmother, Susan, is a really strange and unbelievable woman, very lost, in my opinion. It's the most annoying part of the documentary, this happened 3 years ago!!! If you know what I mean.

The police, again, also very passive.

Please learn from this and don't let it happen again! It could have been avoided in my opinion.

In short, a great documentary to also learn that not everything is as simple as it seems.

denise-882-139023 12 August 2022

This documentary, managed to convey that "quick to Judge" syndrome. A sullen, emotionless youth; must be a monster.

It successfully manages to turn things around. You too would be like that, if circumstances lead you to adopt that persona, if all your life you have to be like that to try to avoid triggering someone's, your captor's aggression.

I was so, so sad for what that poor boy's life had been.

I hope his future is bright.

Anyone who has a problem with this documentary, for whatever reason, has a heart of stone.

Calicodreamin 10 August 2022

A true crime doc that makes you think about crime, consequences, and humanity. The doc was well made and interviewed relevant parties with relative unbias.

eriksurewaard 9 August 2022

Great documentary! I personally think that Netflix is pretty good at making this kind of true crime documentaries. The great thing is that they not only use the publicly available materials like e.g. Interrogations, but also interview all relevant people: e.g. Police, family, friend, neigbours...

So I certainly hope that we do not need to wait long before we get another one of these documentaries.

maytekinaliyeva 9 August 2022

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we could see how a person can be broken. I hope he can meet the people who will fix him. My mom and dad showed me love at every age of my life. So I can easily show it to others. However, my husband is kind of cold and very bad at expressing his feelings because his family is so, too. After meeting me I turned him into a teddy bear)) I show and tell him how much I love him at any chance I get. He says that I changed him beyond recognition. Not showing your feelings doesn't make you a psychopath. People sometimes don't show feelings because they simply don't know how. He is going to change after he is surrounded by normal, loving people. We are what we see, and we become what we feel eventually.

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