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NOMINATED: For the prestigious
Royal Television Society journalism award

Hollywood Best Indie Film


RTS Nomination

Emma Humphries Memorial Award

Recognising women who work against male violence

This intimate documentary follows the story of one woman's extraordinary struggle over five years to bring the man who raped her to justice - a man accused of scores of assaults and rapes against women who applied for work at his London escort agency. Part of the BAFTA-winning Exposure strand, the film follows "Sam" with complete access to her story - from revealing her rape, through 18 months in a safe house and botched police investigations, to her discovery of other victims and crucial evidence. Finally, after thirteen years of abuses and many untold victims, her assailant was arrested and charged on 37 counts - including four of rape and assault by penetration against Sam and her friend "Gabrielle". A nine-week landmark trial ensued in October last year. This is a roller-coaster story with a climactic ending that features a close up and personal account, through the eyes of one brave woman who finds out just how hard it can be to fight for justice.


Produced and Directed by RIchard Parry

Editor: Tanya Trochoulias
Executive Producer: Richard Parry
A Bite Films Production for ITV1 and ITVX


'Profoundly harrowing, ultimately inspiring documentary'


'brave and intimate documentary'   


'harrowing, unsensationalised'


'heavy hitter of a documentary'

     THE SUN

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ITV London News I/V with Sam

London Live I/V with the director

BBC radio I/V with the director

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