HBO is diving into two-part true-crime documentaries this month, which feels like a bit of a dumbing-down of its brand. An exception would be the first of those offerings, "I Love You, Now Die," a text-heavy look at the strange case of Michelle Carter from director Erin Lee Carr, whose track record includes the even stranger "Mommy Dead and Dearest." > read whole article

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