A documentary around the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 only skims the surface of the mystery.
That's according to Jeff Wise, science journalist and author, who is featured in the Netflix docuseries.
'MH370: The Plane That Disappeared' examines what could have happened to flight MH370 - which disappeared on March 8th 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew on board.
The three-part series brings together family members, scientists and investigative journalists who continue to search for answers.
Jeff told Taking Stock there are several layers to this.
"This is a mystery that has been obsessing a lot of people, including myself, for nine years now," he said.
"I remember vividly when it first happened and it was such a remarkable story because these pennies kept dropping.
"First this plane disappeared and then it turned out that it had turned back and flown back over Malaysia, and showed up on Malaysian military radar.
"Then Inmarsat got involved and it turned out they had six hours of data - it was all completely mind-blowing at time.
"We still haven't found it."
Jeff said it is hard to believe it has been nine years.
"I was going on CNN at the time talking about it and saying to the other aviation journalists, 'Can you believe it's been a whole week and they still haven't found the plane?'
"Then we would say, 'Can you believe it's been a whole month - a whole year'.
"Now it's been nine years and we're really no closer".
Jeff said the documentary really only had time to examine the surface of the case.
"It's just a fascinating case, and the more you dig into it the stranger it gets," he said.
"That's something that's kind of hard to convey to people without getting really into the details.
"The Netflix documentary has had a remarkable response, but it's about four hours of TV - that's only enough time to really skim over the surface," he added.