“Lost Girls,” the upcoming Netflix movie about the unsolved Gilgo Beach murders, premiered this past weekend at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

The film, produced by award-winning documentarian Liz Garbus, is based on thenon-fiction bookwith the same title. The movie follows the mother of Shannan Gilbert, a woman who was believed to be murdered by theLong Island Serial Killer.

Since its opening, the reviews have been coming in on the work, which is scheduled to hit Netflix on March 13.

So far, there has been some mixed takes on the movie.

IndieWire scored the drama/mystery a “Grade B,” highlighting the director’s ability to “inspire audiences to learn more about the women who were lost.”

On the flip side, Collider gave the mystery flick a “Grade D” mostly for the mother’s rage being “so narrowly defined and explored its lack of focus on.”

Variety and The Hollywood Reporter both reviewed the movie without giving scores. Click the links to read them.

Make sure to check back as more reviews come in.

To see a trailer for the film, see below.

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