After getting drugged and sexually assaulted by a stranger, a woman (who is Black) and her boyfriend (who is white) drive from clinic to clinic in pursuit of a rape kit. Described in press materials as "part psychological horror, part realist drama," Shatara Michelle Ford's debut feature reveals systematic oppression on both a wide scale and a more obscure interpersonal one. Stranger film contributor Chase Hutchinson talked with Ford about getting her film made, being emotionally truthful, and the absurdity of navigating a system not built to provide justice. Read it here.
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