Hey, dunno if this is allowed, but just wanted to warn you guys! I picked up "Red riding hood", the 2006 live action version, because it looked really interesting. And it was, don't get me wrong, it was an awesome movie. :)
But, for anyone who was abused by an older female, or whose abuser played weak to guilt them, they will most likely be triggered by the grandmother/wolf scene, near the end. I was, so I wanted to warn you.
There's nothing really -said- that's all that creepy, but the actions and body language were a pretty big trigger for me.
ETA: That same scene has a big dissociation trigger for me, when you can see the wolf in the mirror. That... Jacked me up.
What website is it that reviews movies where you can see beforehand if it has something triggery in it?
For those who have seen the HIlls Have eyes....
Did anyone eles freak out after watching that girl be raped?
Im in the middle of crying...I cant stop shaking...and im cold.
wtf. Who yould make a movie with that in it? You watch her be raped...not even once but twice.
I ordered the movie Speak from the Library a couple days ago..
It came in and I watched it last night. I thought it was REALLY WELL DONE.
I cried my eyes out towards the end though. I wish I could find a copy of it in the stores.. but I never
heard of it before someone posted in a community on here about the book and movie.
As soon as I can I am going to the Library and checking out the book. I had seen that
book all over the place and always loved the cover. But never knew what it was about.
Just to warn you, there is some graphic rape content for anyone who is wanting to see it.
I ended up having a nightmare the same night I saw it. But I always have nightmares so
I doubt it had anything to do with the movie.
if you are a big movie-goer, watch yourself if you go see Crash. Not a bad movie or anything, but there were a couple moments there that were hard and a little triggering for me. Just letting you know-stay safe guys! :-) -Brit
The tv show I like, Strong Medicine, has recently been dealing with domestic violence. One of the main characters is divorcing her husband because he hit her and shows no signs of getting therapy.
When violence is portrayed on the television, do you think it is done accurately or respectfully?