Alyssa Bustamante

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Ryoug Ghoren

I REALLY PITY THIS GIRL, BUT SERIOUSLY…WHY DO ALL PEOPLE HAVE TO POINT BAD FINGERS AT THE GIRL! SHE MAY BE GUILTY OF KILLING AN INNOCENT CHILD, BUT SHE IS NOT A MONSTER AT ALL! THE REAL TRUE TRUTH IS! WE ARE ALL HAVING A DARK SIDE WITHIN US! EITHER WE ARE GOOD NORMAL PEOPLE OR EITHER WE ARE CROOKS & EVIL SCUMBAGS! FOR EXAMPLE…ARE ALL KIDS THAT GOOD & HOLY OUT THERE?! IS IT ONLY THAT ONLY OUR KIDS WE ARE TO JUDGE & CONDEMN?! HOW ABOUT BLAMING THE PARENTS?! ALL OF US ADULTS?! WE ALSO DO RAPE OUR OWN CHILDREN SOMETIMES DO WE?! WHO EVER IS RIGHT OR WRONG…NO ONE CAN TELL! NO BODY ANYMORE! THIS WORLD IS TRUELY WARPED & TWISTED TO THE CORE!

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MOVIE REVIEW: My Name Is ‘A’ by Anonymous (2012)

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Directed by Shane Ryan and released through Wild Eye Releasing, My Name is A by Anonymous is a film adaptation of the real-life events of thrill killer Alyssa Bustamante. For those not familiar with the case, Alyssa Bustamante was convicted for murdering her 9-year-old neighbor in 2009 – strangling, stabbing, and slitting her throat before burying her body in a shallow grave in the nearby woods. The background story is every bit as engrossing and disturbing as the film portraying it.

The film takes a less than straight ahead approach at telling the events that unfold, instead of focusing on one single facet of the story, the story is broken up and told through four individuals who represent Alyssa or parts of her personality (The Performer, The Angst, and The Sidekick). The scenes tend to skip between characters which makes it feel hard to get a grasp of the story at times, but knowing the metal instability of Bustamante it actually helps to place the viewer into her distraught and chaotic state of mind. Certain parts delve into the dark and depressing aspect of who Alyssa is while other parts (mainly The Performer) shows a need to be accepted and admired by others.

Imagery such as the Alyssa character sitting in a bathtub and slowly dragging a knife against her skin, leaving mark after bloody mark, opens a window for the viewer to peer into the twisted mindscape Bustamante was in. Moments where the father is seen in a molesting light as Alyssa screams in the background “Don’t touch me!! Leave me alone!” only help to solidify the downward spiral leading towards the upcoming events. The inevitable end is simply executed, no frills just the cold hard reality of what took place when Alyssa took Elizabeth Olten’s life as the manifestations each takes their turn at inflicting pain on their victim.

This film is a bleak, unconventional look into events that are unbelievably eerie and gut-wrenching. Watching someone’s mental stability and balance decay, knowing the severity of the real-life events that it lead to, makes this morally uncomfortable to watch. But with the style in which it is executed, it’s well worth watching to see things from the perspective of Alyssa Bustamante.

Rating: 6/10

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