I was going to write a post about duct tape, but then I turned on this movie.
The post went out the window.
I generally don’t blog about books or movies or music or TV, mostly because I don’t consider myself enough of an authority to make a recommendation, however, y’all, this is different.
Dear Zachary is one of the most compelling, twisted and heartfelt movies I have ever seen. It’s an intense and brutal account of one man’s life, death and the family of friends who miss him dearly. It is also a tale of horror, tragedy, loss, rage and evil.
But most of all, it’s about love.
This is not an objective fact-finding sort of documentary. It is a story. And it disturbs me to know that this is a real story with real people.
It also disturbs me to know that Dear Zachary has been out for years and I only heard about it last weekend. I wish someone had told me about it sooner….so, here we go, I’m paying it forward and telling everyone I know: check out Dear Zachary.
It will haunt you.