The Tale (Film and Discussion)

The Tale probes one woman's memory as she is forced to reexamine her own experience of sexual abuse and exposes the stories survivors tell themselves in order to move forward. The film stars Laura Dern, Ellen Burstyn, and the rapper Common. Jennifer Fox, a Sundance Grand Prize winner and Emmy-nominated director, wrote and directed The Tale, which is based on her own story. She will participate in the post-screening discussion, along with an expert on the trauma of sexual abuse. Disclaimer: This film contains material of a sensitive nature, including strong adult content. Viewer discretion advised.

Festival: Spotlight Health 2018

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