The Dahmer case by Joe Berlinger is the new Netflix miniseries, the third installment of the real crime series Conversations with a killer. Trailer at the bottom of the news.
A few days ago we told you about the new tv series released worldwide from the platform of Netflix streaming inspired by the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. Today we present, instead, the third season of the real crime series Conversations with a killer dedicated to the Milwaukee monster. Conversations with a Killer: The Dahmer Case is divided into 3 episodes.
Created once again by the king of docu-real-crime Joe Berlinger that after creating the first two seasons dedicated to Ted Bundy it’s at John Wayne Gacy, proposes this new interesting case. The triptych of the three ends with the Dahmer case most heinous and famous serial killers in American history. Berlinger is also responsible for the beautiful docu series The case of the Cecil Hotelalways available in streaming on Netflix.
THE DAHMER CASE – THE SYNOPSIS
In July 1991, the Milwaukee police enter the apartment of 31-year-old Jeffrey Dahmer and discover the macabre personal museum of a serial killer. A freezer filled with human heads, skulls, bones and other remains in various states of decomposition. Dahmer confesses sixteen murders committed in the previous four years in Wisconsin, plus one in Ohio in 1978. The serial killer also admits unimaginable acts of necrophilia and cannibalism. This discovery shocks the United States and upsets the local community. Everyone is infuriated that such a depraved killer has been able to operate in their city for so long. Why did Dahmer manage to avoid the suspicions and attention of the police? Yet the man had been convicted in 1988 for sexual abuse of a minor.
This documentary is the third in director Joe Berlinger’s series (Conversations with a Killer: The Bundy Case, Conversations with a Killer: The Gacy Case) and features previously unreleased audio talks between Dahmer and his defense team, providing an insight into his psyche. twisted and responding in a modern key to the questions that remained open about police responsibility.
Joe Berlinger is an Oscar-nominated and eight-time Emmy nominated director. A Peabody and Emmy winner, he has been a prominent voice in non-fiction films and on television for two decades. Berlinger’s films include historical documentaries Brothers’s Keeper; Paradise Lost Trilogy, which contributed to the recent release of the wrongfully convicted West Memphis Three; And Metallica: Somebody Kinds of Mionstersa film that redefined the rock genre. Raw, on oil pollution in the Amazon rainforest; won 22 festival awards for human rights, the environment and cinema; recently embarked on a high-profile First Amendment battle with oil giant Chevron.
Seven of Berlinger’s films, including the documentary by Paul Simon appointed to the Emmy in 2012 Under African Skieswere previewed at the Sundance Film Festivalearning three nominations for the Grand Jury Prize. She has also received numerous awards from the Directors Guild of Americafrom the National Board of Review and give it Independent Spirit Awards. The recent narrative feature film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vilewith Zac Efron, Lily Collins And John Malkovichpremiered at Sundance.