This short film by Paul Mckenzie asks the question. What happens to the victims of violence?
Far too often there are victims of senseless violence that feel that they have no voice. This follows the journey of a group of individuals that through destiny are reunited for all the wrong reasons. With the level of serious violence on our streets and in our houses, this short film is an insight into what a victim may feel like, and more strikingly what a victim would consider to be justice.
The film was made as a tool to teach young people and adults that we must take a different perspective when we consider how victims of violence are affected longterm.
The story follows the different lives of five attackers. It also focuses on the misuse of social media.
The cast are varied in ability, with the main actor disabled.
There are two cast members with autism. The short film was made with no budget, just the investment of time and passion to alter the narrative and address the current trend of serious youth violence.
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