Making excellent use of newspaper reports and transcripts of the trial the documentary asked the right questions, shedding light on the social and cultural climate in which the murder took place.
Sunday Business Post
The story was evocatively told, making excellent use of locations, recreated testimonies and atmospheric camera work.
An absorbing Hidden History documentary. Alternately chilling and blackly comic, the programme had the disorientating feel of a demented Oirish Horrir movie.