When the grieving family of slain Latin pop star Selena Quintanilla discovered there were several films in development about their loved one’s life and tragic murder, they pushed past their grief to assemble their own. The result is SELENA, the film that made Jennifer Lopez a star. More biopic than crime story, it features a talented, all-star cast and stunning vocal performances from the late singer herself. But where did the demands of cinematic storytelling turn fact into fiction? Should the real villain of the piece have received more screen time or less? Christopher and Eric tackle these questions and more in part 2 of their True Crime Pairing, Selena.