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I caught this movie tonight on LMN and this is a definate must see. This woman is raped and the police knew that this rapist was on the lose, yet failed to protect these victims. She was used as "bait" per say and I feel that she did the right thing in doing what she did. This occured during a time when another serial rapist was on the lose in Scarborough, Toronto and Niagara Falls and the police did not seem to have the sophistication to catch him whatsoever or maybe this was tied into their lack of duty, who knows. I feel this was a lesson well learned and a wake up call to those working in law enforcement. As for the diagnosis of this woman before and after, I feel that she was not a "mixed personality" but suffered PTSD due to man made stress which can trigger clinical depression in a person. I did not find her to be "dellusional"........a tad histrionic but considering what she was dealing with, it would not be unusual. I was glad to see that in the end, things worked out and she worked hard at making others aware of these issues and bringing on the changes. As an activist myself, I commend her on her efforts to get out there and try to make this world a much better place by educating others. Great movie......Wendy Crewson was exceptional! A definate must see for all!
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