"Captivating story. Brilliant insight. Heartbreaking and riveting."
Senior Vice President and Publisher of Gallery Books, Simon and Schuster
(work in progress title)
While filmmaker, Tracey Smith, is shooting a documentary about animal abuse, she unexpectedly finds herself on a quest for answers about her own experiences of childhood sexual abuse. The journey unearths a shocking history of multi-generational abuse in Tracey's seemingly idyllic family and leads to her investigation into how widespread this deeply disturbing epidemic is. This intimate story explores the Me Too’s tragic lose-lose situation but on a family level - if she stays silent, the cycle continues, but if she speaks up she risks losing the family she loves.
"A documentary, essentially, about documentaries - brave and honest and truthful."
- Shalom Auslander
Creator and Executive Producer of the Showtime series "Happyish"
"Intense and compelling in its bravery."
- Brooke Seigel