The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann conclusion has left audiences divided but really there is so much to take away from it.

It recently dropped on Netflix. Since then, viewers have flocked to binge on the Madeleine McCann documentary in hopes of shedding light on the fascinating and lengthy case.

Now that most have gathered their opinions, the overall message of the series is being debated vigorously.

So, what did it communicate?
still from The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann official trailer, Netflix, 2019

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann: Discussion

The eight-part documentary series offers a disturbing look into one of the biggest cases of the twenty-first century. In fact, it’s is often considered the most widely covered missing person’s case in modern history.

Three-year-old Madeleine vanished from an apartment in Praia da Luz, a holiday resort in the Algarve region of Portugal. This was on May 3rd, 2007.

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann: Ending

The series ends on a bleak note, and how could it not?

Specialists and more spend it discussing and examining the multitude of possibilities. Through all the theories and speculation, sadly, she remains unfound.

A specialist does confidently reveal that he feels she will be found in his lifetime.

What we’re left with in the wake of the ending is a world haunted by Madeleine’s absence. We have caught a glimpse of the worst of human nature.
still from The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, Netflix 2019

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann: Conclusion

The documentary packages what is already there but arguably brings nothing new to the case.

What it does, is highlight the media circus which sometimes led to the case developing problematically.

Information was skewered along the way and it comments on the way that cases can become sensationalised. The damaging effects hence explored.

An estimated £14 million later and what’s highlighted is the need to tackle the issues which allow such a case to emerge. 

Protection and unity are essential.


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