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Stolen Youth is the true account of how bright kids from prestigious colleges were manipulated and abused into joining a cult. In just three episodes, director Zachary Heinzerling efficiently tells the entire story from start to end, complete with compelling talking heads and visual guides. Unlike most true crime documentaries, Stolen Youth doesn’t dial up the sensationalism, nor does it solely rely on the incident’s bizarre arc for drama. Instead, it adds insightful details to the case by diligently following up on the key players. 

Chilling, revolting, and incredibly gripping, this is a docuseries meant to be finished in one sitting.

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