Portrait of Abuse: An American Epidemic (2007)

Portrait of Abuse: An American Epidemic is a compelling and revealing story that not only raises our social awareness of the far reaching effects and cycles of domestic violence, but it ... See full summary »

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Sara Ivey

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Jean Shinoda Bolen Jean Shinoda Bolen ... Self
Margaret Christensen Margaret Christensen ... Self
Cindy Dyer Cindy Dyer ... Self
Glenda Freeman Glenda Freeman ... Self
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Portrait of Abuse: An American Epidemic is a compelling and revealing story that not only raises our social awareness of the far reaching effects and cycles of domestic violence, but it digs into the psyche of both victim and the abuser. We all play a role in recognizing the signs and speaking out to stop this tragic epidemic. Through interviews with actual victims and abusers, this hopeful film offers practical advice from survivors, doctors, nurses, shelter advocates, social workers and prosecutors. Written by Anonymous

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Imagine living in fear... not feeling safe in your own home. Imagine that the person you love is your greatest enemy.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 October 2007 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$125,000 (estimated)
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Color (High Definition)
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