In 1974, a 29-year-old Florida TV news writer called Christine Chubbuck slaughtered herself with a firearm to the head, live on air; she was experiencing serious dejection about her affection life and the way macho-exciting news qualities were swarming out the stories she needed to do. The video footage was kept to the organization vault has still never been seen.
She was said to have propelled the 1976 motion picture Network, in spite of the fact that screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky denied it, and in certainty this creepy and irritating case has been to a great extent overlooked as of recently, when two films have gone along. One is Antonio Campos’ approaching dramatization Christine, with Rebecca Hall in the title part. There is likewise this odd, barometrical, if gimmicky show doc approach.