Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003) 720p YIFY Movie

Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003)

This documentary looks at Aileen Wuornos convicted of killing 7 men while working as a prostitute in Florida. This is actually the second Wuornos documentary made by this group the first being Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer (1992). With her execution now on the horizon Nick Broomfield returns to Florida to complete the story. Her argument has always been that the killings were in self-defense but she eventually pleaded no contest or guilty to most of the murders. Broomfield was able to film several interviews which reveals her state of mind and puts into question her mental competence. —garykmcd

IMDB: 7.10 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Documentary
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 819.51M
  • Resolution: 1280*714 / 25 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 93
  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 13

The Synopsis for Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003) 720p

This documentary looks at Aileen Wuornos convicted of killing 7 men while working as a prostitute in Florida. This is actually the second Wuornos documentary made by this group the first being Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer (1992). With her execution now on the horizon Nick Broomfield returns to Florida to complete the story. Her argument has always been that the killings were in self-defense but she eventually pleaded no contest or guilty to most of the murders. Broomfield was able to film several interviews which reveals her state of mind and puts into question her mental competence. —garykmcd


The Director and Players for Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003) 720p

[Director]Nick Broomfield
[Director]Nick Broomfield
[Role:]Terry Humphreys-Slay
[Role:]Aileen Wuornos


The Reviews for Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003) 720p


The films of Nick BroomfieldReviewed byCaptain_CouthVote: 10/10

Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003) has to be Nick Broomfield's best film to date. Aided by the phenomenal camera work of Peter Watkins' protégé Joan Churchill, the two film makers capture the final days of convicted murder (and madwoman) Aileen Wuronos. Nick Broomfield put his heart into this project. He tries to delve deeper into the shattered and hateful psyche of Aileen (whom he has interviewed in the past) and continues to search for answers. I liked this documentary better than his previous one with Aileen. The photography and depth is so much better. Will Mr. Broomfield and Ms. Churchill find the answers that they're looking for? How will Aileen react to them as they try to interview her again? Why does the Christian right wanted this woman to die so bad? To find out you'll have to watch Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer.

A great film from Nick Broomfield. I just enjoy his film making. He should do more documentaries and have the ones he's already made released in the United States. Broomfield and Churchill make an awesome team! I have to highly recommend this movie. Even if you don't like documentaries you'll enjoy this one!

Hollywood Made A MonsterReviewed bybob_bearVote: 8/10

After watching this movie, one can only wonder how Hollywood had the gall to make the "Monster" movie. It's clear from this - and Nick's previous docu on Aileen - that Hollywood's only concern was to make money out of Aileen's misery. Negotiating with the police officials involved in the case and with her former lover for the inside story before judgment had even been passed. Shame on Hollywood. Shame on law enforcement. And shame on her ex. A sickening and a sad reflection on society in general.

Aileen was mad. Mad as a hatter if her performance in this docu is to be believed - and I have no reason to doubt its authenticity. Clearly, she should have been locked up - not murdered. And if life imprisonment actually meant "life" then the pro-capital punishment lobby would not have a leg to stand on. But it doesn't. And so they do.

There were times when Aileen came across as likable. Genuinely likable. And one could fully understand why the film maker felt a rapport with his subject. When she was lucid she made sense. She knew she had been stitched up by the media. The validity of her argument must be obvious to anyone with a brain.

Not everyone who is abused becomes a serial killer. In fact virtually NOBODY who is does. Contributing factor, Yes. Justification, No. Indeed, there is no justification in the final analysis. She killed people.

No justification for "Monster" either. I for one will NOT be watching it.

More questions than answers!Reviewed byanz10Vote: 7/10

Personally I feel like this documentary ultimately raised more than questions than it gave answers. She said felt bad for the victim's family but never clarified whether it was definitely self deafens or not. I understand that she may have just wanted to die because she could not longer take death row or she didn't want to clarify her full story because she didn't want to give people more tidbits for a film, but surely the families deserve a straight answer. I'm not sure whether Aileen was a master manipulator with a sociopath tendency to lie and keep us guessing in order to play mind games so she isn't seen as the bad guy (which keeps her fascinating) or whether she truly just wanted to die or didn't want to give the police more info for a film, hmm. When she says "I'll kill again" does she mean it?! it is not that far fetched considering she killed not 1,2 or 3 but 7 men.. and if it was self deafens, how come not one of those men overpowered her to the point of taking her gun? or something like that.. more questions?? Then again why confess to the camera it was a robbery scenario and then say to the interviewer that you just said that for the cameras?! (when she didn't know the camera is still rolling) or did she just not want to lose her new friend's sympathy?? or?..

Another thing I noted was her ability to have a crazy scary mad look in her eye when she got mad, it sent chills, maybe this is what the victims saw, a crazy sociopath look before she killed them.. or was she just that mad at the justice system and everyone around her, in any case she had/developed some serious anger issues which were scary.

Yes, don't get me wrong I feel very sorry her early life and the fact that she never really stood a chance at a normal life, but again a question, did she really have NO other choice than go out and prostitute again if she was THAT scared of getting attacked/raped again.. Wouldn't you be so scared/guilty about what happened with the other 6 men that you would not go the 7th time? If it was self defence could she not just shoot them in the foot? It is not entirely the police's fault that she was not caught at the 1st man, for her crime spree, in the last interview she did not fully admit her own part in it, which I found disturbing, although I do understand and can tell that she was also (faking or not) had mental problems but not to the extent that she couldn't see her own guilt in my opinion. I don't think anyone will fully understand Aileen, was she born somewhat evil and people saw it in her and treated her badly (though even that is no excuse for what she went through!!!), did evil make her this way or was it a 50/50 split? I honestly believe her background definitely influences her and it definitely reflects badly on us as a society and teaches us lessons, but not to the extent that it totally takes away free will, no, that is wrong, many people have gone through awful childhoods (maybe not many as bad as hers) but they did not kill 7 men, then again not many children end up adult hitch hiking prostitutes but still. Although this is the 1st thing I have seen on Aileen (so I may change my mind) I struggle to find as much sympathy for her as others have given her... There are too many questions raised for me to feel really sympathetic towards her, although there is definitely some sympathy for her past and that she ended up with no future. I understand her past was dreadful and the inclination to be a killer, but did she absolutely have to take that path? no less than 7 times?? especially if she was capable of such insight at times during her interviews.. Another question that came up for me are we been taken for a ride by a sociopath/narcissistic mind ?? after all serial killers are noted for that kind of thing, feeling faking, playing games, sparing their own egos by not blaming themselves too much etc .. hmm.. so many questions... Personally though, I don't believe in the death penalty, my main reason being is that it makes us almost as bad as the person who killed.. How can the person who injects the poison live with themselves? I know I couldn't, nothing could convince me 100% that I have the right to choose who lives or dies, especially since the police is not always right.

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