The case of Carter, the teen girl who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide, prompts many questions in the two-part HBO documentary from director Erin Lee Carr. "Abhorrent? Yes. Immoral? Absolutely. Criminal? Unclear," says Robyn Bahr, who adds: "Like the popular teen drama 13 Reasons Why, which also unpacks the tragedy of suicide, I Love You, Now Die is an inverse whodunit: a metaphysical mystery where you already know whodunit, but not exactly why or who else may be objectively liable. Could mere words alone Wormtongue a person toward his or her own death? Can prosecutors and defense attorneys prove the nature of free will? What is the cognitive neuroscience behind two psychologically impaired adolescents manipulating each other with the tools of technological dystopia?" ALSO: The film doesn’t seek to convince you it has all the answers -- it’s willing simply to ask interesting questions.