True crime story Dahmer: Monsters: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer has been a huge hit on Netflix. But the series has now come under heavy criticism.
Real crimes one practice Obsessive fascination Outside. The fact that the actions described, often particularly cruel or treacherous, are actually real and happened is what makes the genre so attractive. True crime comes in the form of books, movies, podcasts, and soap operas. A true crime series premiered on Netflix in September, and deals with the brutal murders of one of the… The most famous serial killer of the twentieth century Whose life is occupied by: Dahmer – Monsters: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Dahmer murdered 17 boys and men before his 1991 arrest. He used pretexts to lure most of them to his apartment, where he drugged, raped and then killed them. Dismember the corpses and eat parts of them.
Violent criticism of Netflix comes from the families of the victims
Incredible cruelty has been an inspiration since the ’90s Dozens of films and documentaries. The latest movie adaptation of the streaming provider Netflix is already the number 1 of the most popular series right now, but it is now Heavy criticism of the film adaptation – and everything by relatives of Dahmer victims. A particularly emotional scene from the series features a court hearing in which Rita Eisel, Errol’s 19-year-old sister Lindsay, is immersed in her feelings in court. And her cousin has now made it clear to the Twitter SMS service that Isbell family angry at Netflix.
“I don’t want to tell anyone what to watch, I know true crime is very popular right now, but if you’re really concerned about the victims, my family (the Isbell family) [sic!]) are angry with this series. She gets shocked over and over again and why? How many films/series/documentaries do we need? “
The families of the victims did not participate in the success
In another tweet he criticizes False statements by production companies: “If they say they do it ‘out of respect for the victims’ or that they ‘preserve the dignity of the families,’ no one contacts them. [die Familien]. My cousins wake up every few months with tons of calls and texts knowing there’s another Dahmer show coming up. It’s cruel.”
Criticism raises the question of how Morally defensible true crime content When relatives of victims are traumatized again as a result as well Media organizations benefit from the tragic stories of the victims They strike without involving their families. However, that doesn’t change the success of “Dahmer – Monster: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer” on Netflix. In a few days it will appear The accompanying documentary series “Jeffrey Dahmer: Self-Portrait of a Serial Killer” – Also on Netflix.