Robert Durst DVD commentary for 'All the Good Things' may have contained admission of guilt

Accused-of-murder Robert Durst, the subject of HBO's "The Jinx," gave DVD commentary for “All Good Things.” Now prosecutors are asking for his comments and, at times, his silence during the DVD commentary to be used as evidence to constitute a tacit admission of guilt. Cinema saves the day, again!

“All Good Things” starred Gosling as David Marks, and Kirsten Dunst as Katie McCarthy, David’s wife who goes missing. The film’s screenplay was based on the relationship between Durst and Kathleen McCormack. That film's director, Andrew Jarecki, gave us a more in-depth and fascinating docu-series released by HBO, entitled “The Jinx,” which chronicled Durst and ended with him confessing to murder. If you haven't seen that show WATCH. IT. NOW. One of the very best TV shows of the decade.

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