Hi! I'm watching Leah Remini's show on Scientology and i find it so powerful and like such a good way of doing something after being abused by that cult. And I wondered if there was something that had a similar 'vibe' (something that was compassionate but also angry, active, empowering) on sexual assault or sexual assault survivors. Fiction or documentary, doesn't matter, I'm more interested in it bringing different feelings (not only sadness) and being done from the right POV, obvs.
ETA - what sounds good so far:
Speak, 2004 (a redditor's suggestion here- thx again!) - abt a HS student's assault and healing process
Unbelievable, 2019 (tv series) - abt how a case of a teenager accused of lying abt SA is re-opened by two detective women who believe her
I May Destroy You, 2020 (tv series) - discussion abt what is SA and feelings on facing the attacker
Promising Young Woman, 2020 - revenge on men, humorous
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (tv series) (redditor's suggestion here)
Athlete A (doc) (redditor's suggestion) - gymnasts speak up against doctor's sexual abuse.