Over two years after her death, Netflix has released the ‘I Am Vanessa Guillen’ documentary.
'I Am Vanessa Guillen' dropped on Netflix on November 17 and is already in the top 10 globally with over 7.5 million hours of streaming.
“I am Vanessa Guillen- Netflix Film is Top 10 Globally.— Mayra Guillen (@mguilen_) November 22, 2022
With 8+ Million Hours of Streaming in 4 Days only.” I’m speechless. I’m in tears. @vguillen_30 ❤️ rest in heavenly peace sister. Thank you Natalie, Lupe. @WhistleblowerLF @itslupeguillen could’ve never done it without y’all. pic.twitter.com/MfbNzoencs
According to Netflix, the documentary covers Army Spc. Guillen's dreams of serving her country.
"When a young Mexican-American soldier vanishes from a U.S. Army base, her family leads an international movement to find her and expose ongoing corruption within the military ranks," reads the synopsis for the documentary. "Vanessa Guillen always dreamed of joining the U.S. Army, but after reporting being sexually harassed at Fort Hood in Texas, she disappeared."