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The Invisible War (2012): “If this is happening to me, surely I’m not the only one.”

One of the most confronting and honest documentaries I’ve seen this year, The Invisible War (2012, dir. Kirby Dick) focuses on the prevalence of and experience of sexual assault in the United States military; of both female and male victims. Bringing survivors together to share their stories, the film takes a investigative angle on this […]