The movie is well-directed and well-acted; every time I see it, my interest is piqued. It focuses more on the case than it does the actual murders, and every time we get close to figuring out who it is, we eventually get to a part that ruins everything. The build-up in the scenes are just well done without the use of blood and gore; it's just the dialogue. My favorite part about the movie is how it shifts narrators during the story. We start off with San Francisco's view of the murders, then Toschi's until finally Graysmith's. It's interesting seeing how this story impacted these elements and how it was so crucial to find an answer that would never be found no matter how close they were.