Bonnie, a young and successful Latina architect, is sexually assaulted while walking home from an evening out with friends in Brooklyn. At first, she attempts to keep the assault a secret from her long-term boyfriend Matt, but the truth quickly emerges. She emphatically denies the impact of what has just happened to her. She fights to regain normalcy and control of her life, but returning to her old life is more complicated than expected. Her attempt to recapture the intimacy she previously had with Matt falters and cracks begin to surface in their relationship. Another attack in the neighborhood only drives Bonnie further into denial, before an encounter with an at-risk woman causes her to face the truth and confront her own self-blame.
Did You Know?
Not only is the film written, directed, and edited by a woman, the production company was an Equal Opportunity Employer and hired primarily women and minorities. See more
At least you know where I am, and I'm not snorting blow off a hooker's back.
Is that really what you think we're doing?
I watch "Mad Men".
Babe, it's not the '60s.