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2017

Final Vision is a biographical drama movie that was released in 2017. The movie is based on the real-life murder story of the Green Beret surgeon, Jeffrey MacDonald, who was convicted in the 1970s for the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. The movie follows the investigation and trial of Dr. MacDonald that took place over a period of seven years.

The movie has a star-studded cast, including Scott Foley as Dr. MacDonald, Dave Annable as Joe McGinniss, and John Doman as Bernie Segal, the defense attorney. The movie is a well-made recreation of the tragic events that took place in the MacDonald household on the night of February 17, 1970, and the trial that followed. The movie uses the evidence from the trial and the accounts of the people involved to create a compelling narrative of the events that led to the tragic deaths of Colette, Kimberly, and Kristen MacDonald.

The movie starts with the character of Joe McGinniss arriving in North Carolina to research and write a book on the Jeffrey MacDonald case. He befriends Bernie Segal, who is initially portrayed as an antagonist in the movie, but later becomes a friend and ally of McGinniss. The two men start their investigations into the case, trying to get an idea of what happened on that fateful night.

The movie then shifts to the night of the murders, where we see Dr. MacDonald being awoken by a group of intruders who then proceed to attack him and his family. The scene is filmed and acted out in a chilling and realistic manner. The audience is left in no doubt that this is a brutal and heinous crime, carried out by people with no regard for human life.

As the investigation gets underway, the police soon turn their suspicion to Dr. MacDonald. They find it hard to believe that a civilian could have carried out such a brutal attack on his own family, and the circumstantial evidence starts to pile up against him. The movie does an excellent job of portraying the mounting evidence against MacDonald, from the inconsistencies in his story to the forensic evidence found on the scene.

The movie then shifts to Joe McGinniss, who starts to develop a relationship with MacDonald, which leads to the publication of his bestselling book, "Fatal Vision." The book paints a picture of MacDonald as a cold-blooded killer, who murdered his wife and daughters in a fit of rage. MacDonald is outraged by the depiction of him in the book, and the movie portrays him as a man who is determined to clear his name and prove his innocence.

The trial scenes in the movie are some of the best in the film. The audience is shown both the prosecution and the defense's case, and it is left up to the viewer to come to their own conclusion. The movie raises important questions about the fairness of the trial, the media's role in shaping public opinion, and the law enforcement's handling of the case.

Overall, "Final Vision" is an excellent movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout. The performances are top-notch, especially from Scott Foley, who gives a convincing portrayal of Jeffrey MacDonald. The movie is a faithful retelling of the events that took place in the MacDonald case and raises important questions about the justice system, the role of the media, and the morality of capital punishment. If you are a fan of true crime dramas, "Final Vision" is definitely worth checking out.

Final Vision is a Crime, TV Movie movie released in 2017. It has a runtime of . Critics and viewers have rated it moderate reviews, with an IMDb score of 5.8..

5.8/10
Director
Nicholas McCarthy
Stars
Scott Foley, Dave Annable, John Doman
Also starring Dave Annable
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