Netflix releases a new film, about the life of Ted Bundy, one of the most macabre murderers of the 70's in the United States, starring actor Zac Efron.
"Extremely cruel, evil and perverse" title that is born of a quote, made by the judge in his verdict in the trial of Ted Bundy, when he learned of the atrocious murders; of this man, who kidnapped, raped and brutally killed approximately 36 women, a serial killer that impacts the modern American community.
Ted Bundy was a lawyer and psychologist, with good physical attributes, a lot of charisma, extremely manipulative which was impressive, enjoyed a favorable ground in society, was awarded even by the police to save the life of a child, was active with the community, until he became an aspirant to the office of governor, this man came to conquer a whole country.
Netflix before the premiere of the film, showed the documentary about Ted Bundy, where he recalled that we must not forget that he is a perverse misogynist murderer.
Based in a True story
Ted Bundy to attract his victims put a plaster on his arm, then chose them randomly, used his sympathy and approached them to ask for help, after a strong blow to the head and subjected them already helpless and threw them in his car to commit the most brutal murders, generally all this happened in broad daylight, the places where it was handled were the supermarkets or a university campus.
Plot of the Movie.
The film shows the story of this serial killer from the eyes of Liz. She was the single mother of a son, who one night was in a bar and meets a charming boy Ted Bundy, who was a law student, they both fall in love, then they get married, and they spend many happy years together. While on the dark side of Ted's personality he committed the most terrible murders in different cities of the country.
Ted Bundy is arrested in a night for driving badly and the police discovered in his self-evidence that he was linked to the murders that occurred in the city; he was interrogated and brought before the courts. When Liz finds out, she defends her husband, who affirms with absolute conviction his innocence and expresses that it was a plot to incriminate him and discredit him. While Ted Bundy faces very serious accusations from the prosecutor and Liz begins to doubt and realizes that she did not know him at all.
Based on the memoirs of Liz Kloepfer who was his wife and told in the book "The ghost prince" by Joe Berlinger Director of the film where he narrates the most emblematic situations and crimes by facets, all within the world lived by Liz, who shared and lived with this murderer. Due to the adaptation of Berlinger's situations, she preferred to keep Liz's vision to maintain this original and less violent proposal.
Ted Bundy, was an exaggerated man, so normal, it is difficult to find any sign of evil. Liz did not see him and his victims either!