Shrew’s Nest (2014), A Violent Case of Agoraphobia in 1950s Spain

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It’s always irksome when filmmakers use sexual trauma as the basis for violence and bloodshed. Yes, sexual abuse (especially in children) is a particularly vicious cycle. In fact, childhood abuse makes it three times more likely that the victim will go on to victimize others as an adult. However, filmmakers often use this statistic to […]

Shrew’s Nest (2014), A Violent Case of Agoraphobia in 1950s Spain
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