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You Look a Lot Like Me

Produced by Heather MacArthur
A Film About Intimate Partner Violence

Videos

The Official Trailer of You Look a Lot Like Me

Overview

Genre
Social Issues, Human Interest, Contemporary Issues, Society, and Human Rights
Synopsis

You Look a Lot Like Me is an educational documentary exploring the insidious social pandemic of
domestic violence in the U.S. The film’s carefully woven first person narratives take us on a journey
that reveals the universality of the survivor’s experience, a journey which clearly demonstrates that
no one is immune to the far-reaching impacts of domestic abuse.

An array of experts working in the field of domestic violence prevention provide a deeper context to
the victims’ stories, while the astounding confession of a convicted abuser compels the audience to
examine our preconceived notions about the face of abuse.

Stage
finished
Running time
120 and 60 minutes

Credits

  • Chloe McFeters ... Director, Producer, Writer
  • Chiyo Kurokawa ... Executive Producer
  • Heather MacArthur ... Producer
  • Douglas Boemker ... Producer
  • Keith Lancaster ... Cinematographer, Editor
  • Brian Daigle ... Cinematographer
  • George Dean IV ... Original Music Score
  • Kelly Kropog Schwarck ... Music Supervisor

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Tortoise and Finch Productions, LLC
Country
United States
Years of Production
7
Locations
United States

Distribution Details

Release year
2014
Festivals
Awareness Festival, Hollywood, California
Language
English

Photos

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