“A twisty tale of tragic secrets, broken families, and the magical thinking we apply to events that evade our understanding… the startling premise makes for a plot with a propulsive thrust.”
- Los Angeles Times
“The tale is a jolting one, and the superb players do justice to the emotional distress of its characters."
– New York Times
“An atmospheric thriller with a noir-ish undertow and strong visual style… Strange But True maintains a steady mood of creeping tension with fragmentary flashbacks and drip-feed revelations that gradually fill in the bizarre backstory… Suspenseful… Haunting…”