That Evening I Was Walking Home Alone
1985, 11:45 minutes, colour, English
An experimental docu-drama conceived while working at a rape crisis centre. The videotape unites dramatized and "real" action by using one actor to portray five characters who appear in a variety of unrehearsed situations. The voice over is a nonscripted account of a woman's attack. It is one woman's story, it could be any woman's story.
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