Sociopathia (2015)

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Sociopathia: Directed by Ruby Larocca, Rich Mallery. With Nicola Fiore, Asta Paredes, Ruby Larocca, Tammy Jean. Walking the fine line between sanity and insanity, a reclusive prop maker for low-budget movies meets an alluring novice producer, as her already frail grip on reality prepares the ground for a ceaseless descent into pure madness.

“I was so happy to see this film illustrate some of the hidden truths of domestic violence. The story was believable, the characters actually remind me of some lesbian and bisexual girls I used to know in highschool. Great acting and directing / writing! Sad this film didnu0026#39;t get the attention it deserves: more positive and unbiased.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYouu0026#39;d think with the hype around violence against women this would be more common knowledge and accepted:nDomestic violence statistics donu0026#39;t lie, but often the ones presenting them do. I realize this might make me sound like the latter, but unlike other u0026#39;officialu0026#39; sources, I am not afraid to admit I might be wrong. Anyone afraid to admit they might be wrong, doesnu0026#39;t acknowledge their own humanity, and therefore, is fundamentally already incorrect. Nothing they present will ever be accurate.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDomestic violence statistics show clearly that the overwhelming majority of domestic violence occurs in female on female relationships. Unfortunately because this is a two pronged problem and feminists often only focus on the male prong: all humans have an instinct to protect women from harm. This is a good thing, until it becomes a bad thing. Believing women will never harm each other in a lesbian relationship that goes sour, or that they can cover it up and lie about it, manipulate people using sexuality who might find lesbians attractive or fetishize them (if theyu0026#39;re men)u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis well known fact has been talked about for as long as domestic violence statistics have been studied, but through layers of falsification and skewing of facts 2 or 3 tiers down the publishing line, we end up with u0026#39;women are the primary victims of domestic violenceu0026#39; (a fact) shortly followed with u0026#39;…because men are rape cultureu0026#39; (a heavily biased opinion extrapolated loosely from facts)u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis film is bold in itu0026#39;s truth telling. Something this world needs to see more of. Independent film makers canu0026#39;t be bought, because they pay for it themselves. This should be a fundamental lesson to whether or not something more likely is honest: how many third parties are paying the creator for tweaking the authoru0026#39;s u0026quot;visionu0026quot; ?”


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