Power and Control
Domestic Violence in America

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Peter

I made "Power and Control" because I believe there's a huge need for a film that takes a deep look at the shocking persistence of gender violence in our society. It has been incredibly gratifying to watch the film seen and used on hundreds of campuses, and in domestic violence shelters, ...Read more

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Melissa

Hi Peter. I showed your film to my women's studies students last week and they enjoyed it very much. It provided a great basis for discussion and entry into the topic of violence against women. I told my students you had posted a note encouraging questions. They were very curious about the ...Read more

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