The movie based on the life story of the serial killer John Wayne Gacy.
Introduction of the Film:
The beginning of the movie starts off with Gacy as a teenager and tries to give some excuse on the evil person he would become later on in his life. Personally I don't see the logic that would mess him up bad enough for him to grow up and do the things he did.
After the Introduction:
It then fast forwards to Gacy as an adult with his family.
The Main Topic That Never Goes Away:
The stench is always being brought up almost the whole time in the movie.
The Close Ups:
The movie goes out of its way to focus close ups of similar things throughout the movie.
The Implosive Insanity:
Gacys past actions throughout the movie start to build up and overwhelm him sending him on an emotional rollercoaster. Its causes his evil habits escalate.
Whats even more creepy is his liking for clowns.
The Other People In the Film:
Just about everybody looks unhappy in this film in all of the scenes. I know the movie isn't based on things to smile about but can't more people crack a smile somewhere. Its makes it very depression.
Other Notes About the Film:
The movie as far as scenes are concerned don't seem to be very organized. Also the movie speeds up past some scenes cause the story to lack the potential for a more engageing scenes and destroys the possibility of a better film. I think they just didn't want to be too outgoing when making this movie because it is based on real events of somebody who did horrible things. If thats the case I can understand.
The ending is very fast but brings up some facts about Gacy including his last words before he was executed by lethal injection.
I didn't think the film was directed very well. I recommend using your time watching other films.