Published on 11/02/2023, at 7:56 pm Disclosure/Amazon Studios Registered by Marco Dias
Cintia Tucunduva, the delegate responsible for investigating the case of Suzane von Richthofen in 2002, commented, through her Instagram profile, on the third film in the series “The Girl Who Killed Her Parents”, released by Amazon, pointing out a difference in the criminal’s behavior in real life.
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“I don’t remember the scene where Suzane asks her brother for forgiveness. I don’t remember any moment of her relating to compassion, forgiveness, repentance”, says the delegate.
Asked by a follower if Suzane screamed when arrested, Tucunduva says that the criminal’s reaction was completely unexpected, unlike anything she had ever witnessed in a criminal investigation.
“He lay down to sleep on the couch, and I thought, ‘Wow, I’ve never seen that.’ She was completely in disbelief that the crime would be solved or that anything would happen to her. It gave that impression”, explains Tucunduva.
In the videos, recorded with the participation of Cintia’s daughter, Stella, the delegate also mentions that, throughout the investigation, Suzane remained cold, without showing any reaction.
“Suzane did not show screams and despair when she was arrested. During the entire investigation, she did not show any feelings,” says the delegate.
About the movie
The Girl Who Killed Her Parents – The Confession is the third part of the trilogy about the Suzane von Richthofen case, and goes behind the scenes of the investigation, revealing crucial moments about the murder, in addition to elucidating what Suzane, Daniel and Cristian Cravinhos did in the days following the brutal crime.
Starring Carla Diaz, Leonardo Bittencourt, Allan Souza Lima and Bárbara Colen, the production is one of the highlights of Amazon’s streaming platform, being the most viewed on the service in Brazil for six days.
Check out the trailer:
Indicative Rating: Free