Lately I’ve been watching “I May Destroy You” and I came upon this documentary and thought I should share it with you.Trigger Warning: This Film Is About Rape
Set Yourself on Fire Set Yourself On Fire is a documentary exploring what it means to invite survivors to be heard and to be believed. Rape is a violent act that’s hidden itself in the tiny fabrics of our many cultures, begging us to normalize it.
This documentary is giving voice back to those who’ve been told they do not matter.
“The film responds with powerful and unfiltered first-person testimonies that simply cannot be unheard from people who cannot be unseen.” – Charles Davis
“You’ll be tempted to turn away. But don’t. These are the stories of rape survivors whose trauma matters, whose pain matters, whose healing matters.” – Kari Cobham
Director: Darnell Lamont Walker
Executive Producers: Tonja Renée Stidhum | Darnell Lamont Walker
Editor: Joey Blackburn
Composer: Lordell Rush II