U.S. universities have plenty of financial incentives to minimize rape on campus, as this enraging film demonstrates. But there are women fighting back…
An enraging film, as it is meant to be, and not just because it is a military microcosm of rape culture at large.
With links to my reviews. I’ll be adding reviews of the last few films I haven’t yet covered between now and the Oscars.
Rape as a weapon of war is a war crime to be denounced and prosecuted whenever possible. Unless, of course, it’s members of the U.S. military raping their fellow soldiers. Then it’s totally cool, apparently.