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No place to hide

No place to hide

No Place to Hide tells the tragic story of Rehtaeh Parsons, a fifteen-year-old high school student from Nova Scotia who is raped by four schoolboys while at a sleepover. Told through the eyes of her parents after her suicide, the documentary re-explores their traumatic experience of their daughter's assault, and the vicious circulation of a photo of Rehtaeh being raped while being sick out of a dorm window. We experience her parents' anger at the behaviour of the police, who treated her like a suspect and never bothered to investigate her assailants. No Place to Hide is a shocking testament to police indifference, the stigmatisation of victims of sexual assault, and the extreme effects of cyber bullying.

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