Real life intrigue and mystery can make for captivating entertainment, and if you’ve been needing something to quench your thirst for “Making A Murderer” or “Serial” style storytelling, then it’s time to fire up Netflix. “Shadow of Truth” will more than satisfy that craving.

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Put together by filmmakers Yotam Guendelman, Ari Pines and Mika Timor, this massive Israeli hit dives into the mysterious death of 13 year-old Tair Rada, and investigation which turns up more questions than answers. Here’s the official synopsis:

It was a cold December day in 2006 when 13-year-old Tair Rada was found dead inside a locked toilet stall at her school on the northern tip of Israel. A week later the police arrested Roman Zadorov, a Ukrainian Immigrant who had worked there as a temp, and eventually he confessed to the murder. But many still believe he is innocent, and have their own theories as to what happened that day. “Shadow of Truth” is a Rashomonlike exploration of this murder mystery, which raises serious questions regarding our justice system and its ability to reach the truth.

“Shadow Of Truth” is now available on Netflix. Check out an exclusive clip below.

  • Josh King

    I def dig true crime like Making a Murderer, but I heard this one is truly unsettling. Like don’t watch it at night. Idk if I want to go that dark..

    • Kairy Salazar

      You’ll love it, but it’s hard to watch in one go, not because it’s not intresting or thought provoking, but so emotionally heavy. I hope this docu series will have some impact on a reevaluation of this case.

      • Josh King

        Yes! You’re right, I saw it. I’m glad I did. Truly mind blowing. Most of all, important. I hope everyone sees it.