Amanda Knox
Amanda Knox talks to the press surrounded by family outside her mother's home in Seattle, Washington March 27, 2015. Italy's top court on Friday annulled the conviction of American Amanda Knox for the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher and, in a surprise verdict, acquitted her of the charge. The Court of Cassation threw out the second guilty verdict to have been passed on Knox, 27, and her Italian former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito for the lethal stabbing. Reuters/Jason Redmond

In 2007, Meredith Kercher was found murdered in her bedroom, which Italian authorities’ suspected Amanda Knox and her boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito of. The case's questionable crime handling and possible wrongful conviction can be viewed later this month via Netflix in the US.

Knox and Sollecito were initially found guilty of Kercher’s murder. After four years in prison, their convictions were overturned but were then reinstated the year after. After which, in 2015, Italy's highest appeals court overturned the convictions again.

Kercher, who was 21 when she died, was a British exchange student from the University of Leeds. Knox was her roommate.

Because of the intrigue that surrounded Knox’s back and forth case, Netflix's documentary started work on a feature. The streaming site’s latest teases were two trailers, which each told a very different yet similarly haunting story.

Believe Her

One of the trailers, titled “Believe Her,” paints the picture of Knox’s innocence and how the media wrongfully portrayed her

“Suddenly, I found myself tossed into this dark place,” Knox shared. “I was so scared.”

She went on to explain how Italy was meant to force her out of her comfort zone but then turned into a nightmare. Nick Pisa, a reporter, admitted that some of the information shared by media were “completely made up.”

“I was a kid,” Knox said, as her voice was shaking.

WATCH: Amanda Knox in "Believe Her"

Suspect Her

On the other hand, Netflix’s second trailer was released to make audiences believe that Knox was guilty of the crime. It began with a simple questioning, where she was asked if she killed Kercher, if she was there that night, or if there was anything she has not told police -- all to which Knox answered no.

“We weren’t best friends,” she admitted. “But I was so shocked by what happened to her.”

The following scenes tell a very different story, one where Knox acted without an ounce of sadness or grief over the murder of her roommate. Instead, witnesses shared that Knox was performing cartwheels and was happily kissing Sollecito. “Who behaves like that?” Pisa accused.

WATCH: Amanda Knox in "Suspect Her"

"Amanda Knox" will debut at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival on Friday. Netflix will lauch the same on Sept. 30 in the US.