Pott, overwhelmed with fear and confusion and taunted relentlessly by her classmates, hung herself a week later. Her parents found her the next morning, nearly frozen to death. The boys who assaulted Pott received a slap on the wrist, serving 30 days — weekends only — in juvenile detention.
Courtesy of Sundance Film Festival With: In this case the milieu is just your apparently average American high school, as teenagers represent the most at-risk age group for such crimes at present.
This powerful, well-crafted documentary was picked up by Netflix at Sundance; one hopes it has a long career in educational exposure ahead as well.
At a drunken back-to-school party in Saratoga, Calif. Despite the public outrage, the juvenile assailants two of whom are interviewed here, albeit under pseudonyms with their faces obscured got little more than wrist slaps from the court system for what they claim was just a practical joke.
More Reviews UnCabaret at The latter, oblivious, was asleep in bed when they snuck out. Widespread public outcry ultimately resulted in a second investigation, but that ultimately followed the Saratoga scenario in leading to scant punitive consequence.
Meanwhile, the Coleman kids were shunned and harassed at school, with Daisy branded a liar and a whore online.
The packaging is straightforwardly pro, with some brief animation repping the sole more stylized contribution. Directed by Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk.Broadcasting from the Sundance Film Festival, we look at the story of two high school girls who were sexually assaulted and bullied on social media in cases that made national headlines.
Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman never knew each other. Daisy lived in the small rural town of Maryville, Missouri. Sep 23, · (He was 17 at the time.) Those charges were dropped, but after public outrage and a review of the case, he ultimately pleaded guilty to endangering the welfare of a child.
The movie, directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, is, among other things, a vehicle for Daisy Coleman, the Missouri victim. Netflix's documentary Audrie & Daisy, directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, follows the lives of these two teenage girls, highlighting their shared experiences of sexual assault and cyberbullying.
The documentary also features the stories of other survivors—such as Delaney Henderson, who reached out to Coleman after hearing about Pott's suicide.
Directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk (who previously collaborated on the doc The Island President) tell these stories with a combination of new interviews, official police footage, news reports, and animation.
The approaches vary in effectiveness. Sep 23, · A new documentary from Netflix, “Audrie & Daisy,” tells the Netflix Daisy Coleman Audrie Pott Jon Shenk Bonni Cohen Netflix's ‘Audrie & Daisy’ Tells Two Haunting Stories Of Sexual Assault.
1 HEADER The Film For teenagers living in a digital world, assault and bullying exist in a constant hour loop. Audrie and Daisy, two high school girls living in separate towns in America, were.