You might have come across many such shows and movies that reflect the working of the brain. Yes, we know how hard it is for one to explain the process. And for this, nobody is to be blamed as millions of scientists out there have been trying their level best but, to their misfortune, cannot understand the concept of our brain. There is a fantastic movie featuring Charlie Theron named Dark Places, and it also has a similar kind of plot but not precisely the same. However, this Docuseries is based on an actual life incident that took place in Eileen Franklin’s life.
What is the Plot of Buried?
Show time has already released the first teaser for this upcoming true-crime documentary series named Buried. As the name suggests, the film portrays the brain’s working through the process of getting out the required information. This was the first-ever case that was based on recovered memories. The docuseries consists of four parts, and it is a legal thriller that will reveal the techniques used to reveal the long-suppressed memories to find out the real culprit, but to this, various limitations will be seen in the law Court. All four episodes of the Buried will be released on the same day itself that is October 10.
What Happens in the Teaser?
Moving on to the teaser of this series, we will provide you with the details for those of you who haven’t watched it yet. This teaser starts with the audio of Eileen Franklin’s Husband taking to 911 while informing them that she is getting some memories of a murder that took place twenty years back. And she admitted this while playing with her young daughter. The sin was committed by her own father, George Franklin, twenty years back from now.
The repressed memories when they arise helps Eileen in giving details about the murder where her childhood best friend, Susan Nason, was assaulted and brutally killed by her father.
What else About the Docuseries?
Buried follows the gripping story of Eileen Franklin, who is brought to the court just to know what exactly happened on the day of the murder. There are many great brains brought in the court belonging to their respective fields, be it psychology, medical, etc., but no solutions come out to everyone’s distress. But one fine day, as we see in the trailer, Eileen can get back her suppressed memory, but now the question is whether the memory she got is trustworthy and accurate? Or is there anything more to it.
All four episodes of Buried are written and directed by Yotam Guendelman and Ari Pines, and the executive producers are Mika Timor, Dan Adler, Guendelman, and Maor Azran. The series is a co-production of MA Productions and Guendelman & Timor Productions. The teaser seemed quite an interesting one that might keep up the fans on the edge of their seats until the end. And as the docuseries seem to be mind-boggling, it is better to keep it on your list just in case you ever want to really wake up.