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In 2016, USA Gymnastics was rocked by the revelation that national team doctor Larry Nassar had been abusing young athletes for decades. Tribeca alum Erin Lee Carr's unflinching documentary unpacks the scandal, its cover-up, and aftermath, while giving voice to the survivors.Written by
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There's impact in numbers and that's apparent here even when it shouldn't be. It was nauseating listening to the things Nassar did to these young women-but I found it incredibly moving how the voice of one gave voice to many. I do hope that the changes that have been set in motion actually pan out and real change can be made. As a documentary, this was well put together and the emotional beats are placed appropriately for the subject matter. If there's one thing I got from this that I hope others do as well, is that we need to do better when it comes to listening and offering support to people who place their trust in us and come forward.
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