Yeah I heard it was a very odd take and kind of confusing. I may watch it, but honestly, it doesn't really sound like my cup of tea. I can applaud the filmmakers for trying to take the case in another direction (i.e. "not just another documentary"), but I personally prefer the documentary-style. This take sounds a little too "avant-garde" (for lack of a better term). It seems like it's trying to make a statement on the "obsession" surrounding this case, more so than trying to illuminate or solve it, which is their prerogative but, for all intents and purposes, somewhat pointless (or just as pointless as "yet another documentary").