Director Dan Reed said that he hoped viewers of the documentary would "gain an understanding of the psychology of child sexual abuse, because this awful bond that forms between the predator and the victim lasts for years and years and years, and that's why abuse is not revealed until decades later".
He was one of the kindest, most gentle, loving, caring people I knew. He helped me... tremendously. He helped me with my career. He helped me with my creativity. With all those sorts of things. And he also sexually abused me... for seven years.
During the 17 month filming of these interviews, James Safechuck's furniture, undershirt, socks, and foliage on the fence outside is a glaringly obvious.
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