After screening at Sundance earlier this year, Nancy Schwartzman’s new documentary Victim/Suspect now has an official trailer and release date.
Rae de Leon, an investigative journalist, traveled across the country to identify and investigate a startling pattern: Young women reported sexual assault to the police, but rather than receiving justice, they were accused of making false complaints, detained, and even jailed by the framework. who they think will protect them.
The documentary was created by Amanda Pike, Rachel de Leon, Christopher Clements, Julie Goldman and Alice Henty.
When is the release date for the Victim/Suspect documentary?
Fans eagerly awaiting the documentary will be satisfied to know that, on Tuesday, May 23, 2023, it’s scheduled to be released entirely on Netflix. Newest films release at 12:00 p.m. PT/ and 3:00 p.m. ET.
What is the storyline for the Victim/Suspect documentary?
Victims/Suspects follow journalist Rae de Leon’s research into a disturbing pattern: young women report sexual assault to the police, but rather than being prosecuted, victims are detained for filing false complaints.
De Leon’s careful investigations for the Investigative Reporting Center uncovered a surprising number of comparable incidents across the country.
De Leon uncovers tapes of police conversations with victims while cross-examining law enforcement investigations.
Victims/Suspects, which includes eyewitness accounts from a number of young women in addition to conversations with law enforcement, detectives and legal experts, highlights important concerns about the way the criminal justice system approaches and deals with victims of sexual assault.
Rachel de Leon
Is there a trailer for the Victim/Suspect documentary?
The first official teaser for the documentary is anticipated to be published by Netflix on April 27, 2023. Depending on the images released, it is going to be difficult but necessary viewing.