Keyquote: "There's no such thing as real truth, or justice. It's just a popularity contest...My idea [for a movie about this story] is that it's impossible to know."
"A trial is like an episode of X-factor. If they like your face you win...it's arbitrary...the evidence is contradictory...we'll never know what happened. If they killed her it doesn't make sense, if they didn't kill her it doesn't make sense. So it boils down to - do we want to seem them go to prison for 20 years....the story is that there is no such thing as real truth."
Do you agree? We don't.
"Beatrice is gone up into high heaven, The kingdom where the angels are at peace; And lives with them; and to her friends is dead. Not by the frost of winter was she driven Away, like others; nor by summer-heats; But through a perfect gentleness, instead. For from the lamp of her meek lowlihead Such an exceeding glory went up hence That it woke wonder in the Eternal Sire, Until a sweet desire Entererd Him for that lovely excellence, So that He bade her to Himself aspire: counting this weary and most evil place Unworthy of a thing so full of grace." - from Divine Comedy (Italian: Divina Commedia [diˈviːna komˈmɛːdja]) an epic poem by Dante Alighieri