Into the Deep (2020) 720p YIFY Movie

Into the Deep (2020)

In 2016, a young Australian filmmaker began documenting amateur inventor Peter Madsen. One year in, Madsen brutally murdered Kim Wall aboard his homemade submarine. The film is an unprecedented revelation of a killer and the journey his young helpers take as they reckon with their own complicity and prepare to testify.

IMDB: 6.80 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Crime
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 803.66M
  • Resolution: 1280*720 / 25 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 90
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
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The Synopsis for Into the Deep (2020) 720p

In 2016, a young Australian filmmaker began documenting amateur inventor Peter Madsen. One year in, Madsen brutally murdered Kim Wall aboard his homemade submarine. The film is an unprecedented revelation of a killer and the journey his young helpers take as they reckon with their own complicity and prepare to testify.


The Director and Players for Into the Deep (2020) 720p

[Director]Emma Sullivan
[Role:]Kim Wall
[Role:]Peter Madsen
[Role:]Alex Wiseman


The Reviews for Into the Deep (2020) 720p


A Disturbing News Story, but A Weak DocumentaryReviewed byMogwaiMovieReviewsVote: 5/10

I'd never heard of this incident before, but had the film recommended to me so I went in blind, without reading reviews or searching for the story on the web.

But it turns out there was no need for me to do that at all: there *was* no mystery; the murder of the title is solved in the first 15 minutes, and then it's all just interviews and flashbacks to previous interviews that don't increase our understanding or add anything meaningful or new. There is no progression from one point to anywhere else, so it's actually all just very repetitive and boring.

On top of that, there just seems to be something *off* about the people involved: if someone had told me it was a mockumentary (or part mockumentary), I would have believed them, because everyone's talking seems stilted and... rehearsed? I don't know if that's because most of the people are Danish and so needed to clarify and self-translate their own thoughts into English before speaking, but it really reminded me of the 'Catfish' film from years ago, in which some parts had to have been recreated and acted out after the fact.

I don't know if that's because most of the people are Danish and so needed to clarify and self-translate their own thoughts into English before speaking, but it really reminded me of the 'Catfish' film from years ago, in which some parts had to have been recreated and acted out after the fact.

Something feels false, anyway, and we never get beneath the surface of anyone in the film, or ever feel that we've gotten to the heart of anything important and true, so the final judgement has to be that this is an interesting murder case turned into a very dull, amateurishly-made and largely pointless documentary.

This documentary fails to show very important events. The dramatization in HBO's "The Investigation" is clearly the better choice.Reviewed byeriksurewaardVote: 6/10

This is not the first time that I see a crime show or documentary about the "submarine murder" done by Peter Madsen.

The dramatization in the 5-part "The Investigation", made me first aware of the events that happened. And I should say that it is far superior to this documentary that is just released by Netflix.

This documentary misses a lot of the events that were instrumental in the complete story. Events like either the extremely difficult task to lift the boat from the seabed or the mindboggling search for the body-parts using blood hounds from another country were not even covered in this documentary. And it is exactly these unlikely events that make this murder case unique.

I therefore recommend that you instead watch the above-mentioned crime show "The Investigation". You will be way more informed of what really happened.

All-in-all, I could therefore not really be surprised by this newly released documentary on Netflix. Although it is a decent documentary, I got the impression that during the last 30 minutes much "filler-material" was used to get to a 1.5 hour target duration. Especially the scenes of a woman with curly red hair - a volunteer that worked for Madsen - were totally out-of-place. She was suggesting that it must have been her that was the original target of Madsen, thereby putting all focus on herself instead of the real victim. I found that a bit disrespectful.

I should note that this documentary peeked my interest more towards the space-race between Madsen's rocket company and the neigbouring "Copenhagen Suborbitals". The story between those two companies was the most interesting of the complete documentary.

In the end I would rate this documentary with 5.6 stars, which I round up to 6 stars.

Good DocumentaryReviewed bymf2812Vote: 8/10

I had never heard of this story beforehand, but it was a really well put together documentary. It literally takes you down the road from a seemingly eccentric guy who's actually done a "TED Talks" episode on his adventures, to a well and truly snapped person. There are a few characters who recall in hindsight some startlingly strange conversations and text messages on the days leading up to the event and there is guilt felt from a few, but there's no way in hell they could have imagined in their wildest dreams that this crime would go down. I cannot imagine how scared the reported Kim Wall must have felt when the s#*t hit the fan.

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