I THINK I'LL MAKE IT short film, 18min., Documentary/LGBTQ+
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When Kat Hurley was five years old, her father murdered her mother. And Kat saw it happen. Now, 30 years later, she remains haunted by the memory, but determined to channel the pain into something positive by becoming a mother herself. This is her struggle to be more than just another victim of a gruesome crime, and her desire to never be labeled a victim again.
Directed by Dara Bratt
Subject: Kat Hurley
Produced by Abby Carson
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