I just needed to say that the Cleveland Abduction movie was a shockumentary. It isn't even a documentary film, obviously. But I am calling it that. I can watch about anything. It isn't even rated XXX or double gross. It really bothered me. There were times I shut it off. Then...I thought...nope. You have to watch this because it happened and you need to see it from a victim's side.
If you really want to understand only a FRACTION of what victims go through...then watch it. If you have been a victim of a personal crime...then I say...maybe not a good idea. If you love animals...don't watch it.
It was disturbing.
The movie left me scarred, but it will callous over. No worries.
Did you ever watch Tom Cruise in The Fourth of July? I only have watched that movie once. That should set the stage for this one.
Same effect as House of Sand and Fog. There is no reason to watch it again.
Anyway...it also left me rallying again for the victims.
There is so much more work to be done to help any victim of any kind. Remember that. You don't know what they have been through. Each victim is different.
These are survivors.
I want all victims to be survivors and not victims. Bless their hearts.
We have a long way to go.