Product DetailsThe 1952 slaying of a vacationing family in rural France sent shock waves through the country for years. The crime was dubbed "The Dominici Affair" after Gaston Dominici, the French peasant who was jailed for the death of the couple and their 10-year-old daughter. The brutal crime seized the imagination of controversial director Orson Welles, who explored the subject in a 26-minute film for British television. This 52-minute documentary presents Welles' unreleased film, which has been restored and completed according to the original script. It also incorporates newly discovered archival information and includes a return to the scene of the murders with the journalist who assisted Welles.
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