The Friedman's are a respectable middle-class Long Island family, addicted to recording their daily lives – on super-8 in the early days, then later on videotape. But their world crumbles when the father, a respected teacher, is accused - along with the youngest of his three sons - of molesting schoolchildren.
Unbelievably, the arrest, trial and its horrifying aftermath are all chronicled in the family's own home movies, and the result is a remarkable tangle of contradictions that will haunt you long after the end-credits roll. This compelling documentary has captivated audiences the world over with its intimate and thought-provoking approach to an emotionally-charged subject matter.
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