This seems to be the true crime story that was one everyone's lips when this came out. I came to this documentary after watching some True Crime YouTubers and Podcasters cover it.
There's not really a ton here, if you don't know the case it breaks it down well enough, but it's a bit sterile for my taste. There is a "what in the ACTUAL FUCK" element to this case that you can't really get across in a traditional documentary.
Beyond that, it's Netflix True Crime. It's meant to hold your attention until the next shocking case, and in that it does alright.