The Amanda Knox Netflix trailers for Friday's streaming of the documentary come in two flavors: "Believe Her" and "Suspect Her."
The Netflix documentary examines Knox's role in the 2007 stabbing death in Italy of her roommate, British exchange student Meredith Kercher, and the trailers appear to play on divided opinions that continue to persist about the case, said People magazine.
Knox, now 29, and her then boyfriend Raffaelle Sollecito were convicted of Kercher's death, only to have those charges overturned, reinstated, and overturned once again on appeal.
The "Amanda Knox" trailer "Believe Her" had gathered more than 100,000 within days of its release.
The second trailer, "Suspect Her," had also immediately topped 100,000 views.
"That's everyone's nightmare," Knox's says in the second trailer. "Either I am a psychopath in sheep's clothing or I am you."
The documentary was shown at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival and will be available on Netflix on Sept. 30, said People.
Entertainment Weekly said the film contains interviews with Knox, Sollecito, Italian prosecutor Giuliano Mignini, and London Daily Mail reporter Nick Pisa.
"The captivating case confused and divided the world into two parts ― those who thought Knox was innocent and those who thought Knox was guilty," said Carly Ledbetter, entertainment writer for the Huffington Post. "The show plays perfectly into the guilty v. innocent debate by releasing two trailers … The jury's still out on which one we like best."
Rudy Guede, an Ivory Coast native who is serving 16 years in an Italian prison in connection with Kercher's death, told an Italian television show earlier this year that he was convinced Knox was at the scene of the slaying, said the Daily Beast. He claimed Kercher told him about bad blood between her and Knox.
Guede could be up for parole in 2018 based on not having a previous criminal conviction and good behavior in prison.
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