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Directed by
Camille Dobbs

USA / 2018 / 11

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A look at the fallout of a relationship and the current #metoo movement sweeping the country.
Camille Dobbs is an actress, director, screenwriter, and activist who has been working with Youth FX for three years. She has starred in and directed the following short films: Black Girls Don't Cry and Silence. Dobbs' work also extends to the theater, with starring roles in Blaq Boi, Shot, and Which Way is Home. She uses film and theater as a medium to address the many issues that we are facing in today's society.
Producer(s): Bhawin Suchak
Director(s): Camille Dobbs
Screenwriter(s): Camille Dobbs


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