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By producing and appearing in I Am Evidence, Mariska Hargitay is offering her own hand to viewers, and accompanying them into a world that might otherwise be too awful to countenance.
I Am Evidence is a disturbing and powerful documentary, an investigation into the way sexual-assault cases are handled by police departments across the United States.
"I Am Evidence" is a searing, lucid film that never shies from tough details, especially when survivors share their attacks in a powerful bearing of witness.
Like any good piece of advocacy journalism, "I Am Evidence" contains a strong point of view, one that derives power from its simplicity.
I Am Evidence will be undoubtedly eye-opening.
As a documentary, Adlesic and Gandbhir's film works better when focusing on the individuals and their cases. The stories we hear are indeed tragic and sad and obviously hold more weight than your typical episode of Law & Order.
I Am Evidence gives these women's stories a platform and this problem a voice. In the face of such a huge oversight of justice, that feels revolutionary.
I Am Evidence doesn't exactly say anything that we don't already know, but it makes clear the cost of this dereliction of responsibility.
Though it has a few technical hiccups, I Am Evidence is a chilling document that demands audiences take up the call and make the world better.
"I Am Evidence" is as deeply disturbing as it is profoundly inspiring.
It's full of fighting spirit and the conviction that society can do better.
The film is intense, making for one of the sniffliest audiences in which I've ever been included, so viewer discretion is certainly advised. But with that kind of emotional power too comes the intellectual and statistical weight we need to enact change.
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