A father, his son and two old friends arrive at an isolated family cabin for a weekend of hunting. A trip deep into the forest looking for wild game uncovers a tribe of Sasquatch that are determined to protect their land.
Bill Oberst Jr.,
From the makers of The Invisible War (2012) comes a startling exposé of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, their institutional cover-ups and the devastating toll they take on students and their families. Weaving together verité footage and first-person testimonies, the film follows the lives of several undergraduate assault survivors as they attempt to pursue - despite incredible push back, harassment, and traumatic aftermath - both their education and justice.
When reading the reviews for this film, a lot of the problems our society is facing today become obvious. There is a lot of victim shaming and people citing these girls as liars or attention whores. This could not be further from the truth. To dismiss these women for having the courage to say what happened to them is despicable. Rape culture is alive and well in this country, and there is no excuse for it. Victims should not be asked what they were wearing or what they had to drink. How is any of this relevant to the fact that they were assaulted? Anyone who points the finger at a victim is deplorable. Watch this movie and stand with these women. They deserve our support.
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