Lifetime releases trailer for Oscar Pistorius movie

Lifetime releases trailer for Oscar Pistorius movie

Lifetime releases trailer for Oscar Pistorius movie

An appeal saw Pistorius' charge upgraded to murder and he was sentenced to six years, but prosecutors are once again pushing for a longer sentence, deeming the prison term "shockingly lenient". "Neither Oscar, the defense or the family were involved in the production of this film in any way".

"The "film" is not a true reflection of what happened on the day of this tragedy and subsequent trial of the matter", the statement said.

The trailer for the film, which stars German model Toni Garrn as Steenkamp, shows Pistorius and Steenkamp in bed, having arguments before her death and Pistorius opening fire.

The long-awaited movie - Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer - is due to be released in cinemas across the world in November.

A 62-second trailer for Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer was released this week and it looks bad.

He further claimed the Pistorius family was not consulted and the film was contrary to the findings of the court.

In a statement on Tuesday, they said the film, to be released next month, was "a gross misrepresentation of the truth".


The film has been produced by A+E Networks, a joint venture between the Disney - ABC Television Group and is due for release in the United States of America on November 11.

On Monday, Steenkamp's parents also issued a statement saying they are horrified and upset about the movie.

In one scene, Pistorius tells his girlfriend she will be his "personal angel" as he trains for the Olympics.

The Steenkamps stressed they had not collaborated in the project or knew anything about it being made, and said they were still in mourning for their daughter.

The parents of murdered Reeva Steenkamp are "furious and horrified" at a the movie.

Oscar Pistorius talking to family members during a break in his murder trial. "I will have to see the entire screening before I can make any decision on whether to take legal action or not".

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