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Meet My Rapist (2013)

It gets real when Jessie runs into her rapist at the farmers market. The epic reunion includes dinner with the parents and couples therapy as Jessie is forced to confront the effect he's ... See full summary »

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Jessie Kahnweiler
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Complete credited cast:
Jessie Kahnweiler ... Jessie
Trenton Willey Trenton Willey ... Rapist
Matty Goldberg Matty Goldberg ... Boss
Melissa Stephens ... BFF
Lori Alan ... Mom
Rhomeyn Johnson ... Dad
Amanda Foreman ... Therapist
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It gets real when Jessie runs into her rapist at the farmers market. The epic reunion includes dinner with the parents and couples therapy as Jessie is forced to confront the effect he's had on her life. Meet my Rapist is an exploration in how we make meaning out of the madness in life. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Comedy

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English

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16 September 2013 (USA) See more »

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Fabulous Experiment in Representation
19 January 2014 | by SLUGMagazineFilmsSee all my reviews

A comedic satire that criticizes rape myths and attacks the stereotypes of how victims should "get the f*** over their shi*"? COUNT ME IN. Meet My Rapist is a fabulous experiment in representation, visualizing how victims of rape—on a daily basis—are effected by the trauma they've experienced, whether it's been 8 years or a few days. With massively higher rates of PTSD, suicide, drug and alcohol use, etc. among rape victims, being able to talk about this subject is vitally important to changing rape culture. Kahnweiler provides a captivating and funny short film that is sure to get some dialogue flowing. Someone needs to give her a damn high five.


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