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Pervert Park forces viewers to acknowledge even the worst offenders as people in need of care.
However you feel about the question of how to deal with the 500,000 or so convicted sex offenders now living in the United States going into the film, you're likely to feel different coming out.
You may leave being repulsed and repelled by them. But you will walk out seeing them, for better or worse, as fellow human beings.
With profound results, "Pervert Park" is eye-opening about the lives of convicted sex offenders, as inspired by a degree of empathy we need not be afraid of.
To be sure, nothing in this film is easy to hear. But that doesn't mean that it shouldn't be said, and learned from.
It's advocating for a deeply unpopular cause: the granting of a voice, and maybe even a sliver of empathy, to society's most detested pariahs, its convicted sex offenders.
A few of the revelations here are so disturbing that you realize an entire film of such stuff would be hard to sit through.
It's a fascinating look at a community of people many would prefer to write off entirely.
Pervert Park serves an essential function in illuminating underserved voices.
I'm not gonna lie, this movie is hard to watch.
An enlightening documentary that helps us reframe our prejudiced view of sex offenders.
Pervert Park is a rare and brutally honest exploration of one of society's most detested elements.
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