On July 13, 1966 Richard Speck raped and killed a group of nurses in Chicago. The majority of this 'based on a true story' movie is told from his point of view, with him talking. He says such things as 'If I were rational,' or 'If I was normal', things he realistically probably wouldn't know if it hit him in the head. He's insane, a psychopathic sociopath. This really doesn't give any insight into his character but makes the movie seem like serial killer philosophy 101.Almost all the killings are done off screen and we only see the aftermath. He also self-mutilates himself, especially at the end, when he slashes his wrists (the wrong way!). The biggest problem with SPECK is one of the most boring serial killer movies I've ever seen.