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What Is a “Rape Choreographer” and Why Do Movie Sets Need Them?

With rape scenes more prevalent in TV and movies than ever before, it’s become all the more important for directors to insure a safe set in which all performers (whether they’re portraying the victim or the rapist) feel safe and supported. LA Weekly film critic April Wolfe joins us on this week’s episode to discuss the dangerous history of rape in film and how sets are evolving to correct the violations committed by actors and directors of the past.



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