In Theaters

Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father is a film that nobody should ever feel forced to make, but just about everybody should see. It’s a story about a murder, made by the victim’s oldest friend, and structured as a cinematic letter to the victim’s son Zachary, a boy he would never know. The people involved are all too real, composed of both a goodness and evil that one never sees convincingly created in narrative film; neither the villains nor heroes here would quite be believed, which is just part of what gives filmmaker Kurt Kuenne’s documentary such wrenching pathos…

Dear Zachary is playing now in limited release. You can read the full review at filmcritic.com.

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