Pervert Park follows the everyday lives of the sex offenders in the park as they struggle to reintegrate into society.
Pervert Park is eye-opening about the lives of convicted sex offenders, as inspired by a degree of empathy we need not be afraid of.
Pervert Park never demands forgiveness, only an attempt to understand and to maybe see where these dark impulses come from.
Harrowing, uncomfortable, and heartbreaking, Pervert Park is an important film with an urgent, compassionate message.
Pervert Park reveals a linked chain of incidents; we are all connected whether we admit it or not. What if we all lived in communities where the people around us agreed to help us get better, rather than blaming and shaming us for our transgressions?
This challenging but refreshingly candid nonfiction feature is the debut of the talented Swedish-Danish filmmaking couple Frida and Lasse Barkfors, who have not only found a fascinating subject but who also manage to build a case against isolating sex off
The documentary broadens well beyond a portrait of this particular facility to address the underlying causes of these crimes and to question how society might more constructively deal with the issues, where offering counseling to abuse victims becomes as
To be sure, nothing in this film is easy to hear. But that doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be said, and learned from.