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1 in 3 (2010)

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One in Three refers to the statistic of women affected by domestic violence. As one woman stands to change that statistic, we all discover, that "One in Three" hits closer to home than we think.

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Lagueria Davis

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Lagueria Davis
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Credited cast:
D'Ray Baker D'Ray Baker ... Date Guy 4
Natasha Barron Natasha Barron ... Ophelia Metz
Jon Bielich ... Judge Beason
Michaela Bishop ... Lynn
Cassandra Bizzaro Cassandra Bizzaro ... Shelter Resident (as Cassie Ketrick)
Kristi Blakemore Kristi Blakemore ... VPO Advocate
Alexandra Bohannon Alexandra Bohannon ... Courtroom Attendee 3
Julie Bohannon Julie Bohannon ... Courtroom Attendee 1
Ken Bohannon Ken Bohannon ... Courtroom Attendee 4
Josh Bonzie ... Baron Thomas
Heather Boothby Heather Boothby ... Group Woman 1
Clint Boyd Clint Boyd ... Safetown Attendee 4
David Burkhart ... Tracy Metz
Ricky Chaoomchaisiri Ricky Chaoomchaisiri ... Date Guy 1
Gianluca Chapparro Gianluca Chapparro ... Donovan Metz
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1 in 3 women have or will be a victim of domestic violence in her lifetime. That's a staggering statistic. Ophelia Metz is one of those women. When she opts to leave her cycle of violence, with her two children, she finds she has no place else to go, except into shelter. Sydell Thomas, a shelter worker, becomes Ophelia's Advocate upon her arrival. Slowly, it is revealed that Sydell's life is not unlike the lives of the women who come into shelter - for it is closer than she thinks. Written by Lagueria Davis

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It's Closer Than You Think!

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1 in 3 is an outstanding movie!
30 September 2014 | by chrisandchristiebSee all my reviews

1 in 3 is an outstanding movie. We viewed the movie at the domestic violence shelter where I am the Case Manager. While there may be movies that depict domestic violence, there are few that portray what happens after a victim leaves, what happens when they have to seek shelter, and few if any that portray what it is like for the advocates who help them. The job as an advocate is not an easy one and is difficult for people to understand who are not familiar with working with victims of domestic violence. As a survivor myself, I can say that this sheds light on what a victim goes through and just how scary it can be to leave an abusive partner. This movie was very realistic and we will be adding to our list of movies of training materials.


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