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Raw Deal: A Question of Consent (2001)

A documentary about the circumstances during a party at a University of Florida fraternity that led up to what may or may not have been a rape. Interspersed with actual footage shot by the ... See full summary »

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A documentary about the circumstances during a party at a University of Florida fraternity that led up to what may or may not have been a rape. Interspersed with actual footage shot by the fraternity brothers on the night of the incident, including the sexual acts. This video led to the police not pressing charges and the involvement of NOW, and eventually led to the fraternity getting kicked off campus. Written by Frick

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Ambiguity in a really complex issue
6 November 2012 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

This is a fantastic documentary on a case of an alleged rape in a frat house. It is so controversial because of its ambiguity.

I have a certain opinion on the incidents portrayed in this film, but it is important for the viewer to interpret it as he pleases.

Although I'm sure the creator of this film must have an opinion of his own, the interesting thing about the final outcome is that any interpretation can be backed up by the material gathered here.

Be warned this documentary can be hard to watch at times. The footage used through out most of the film is the one the frat members took during a party were the incident took place.


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