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A film by Hull Bay Productions

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do you remember me?

'do you remember me?' follows Nicky as she faces the trauma of a rape that occurred more than 36 years ago. Through her social media account, Nicky is shocked to see a friend request from Dale, the man who coerced Nicky to go back to his apartment, where he and three of his roommates rape her.

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about this film

The importance of this film project is to acknowledge the longevity of trauma as well as the importance of surrounding yourself in a healthy environment to manage triggers that may happen unexpectedly.

 

In this #metoo movement, it’s important to understand that rape and acts of sexual violence are still prevalent in our society – particularly on college campuses where the protagonist Nicky’s rape occurs. At the time, Nicky didn’t feel she had any support to help her to deal with her trauma so she could stay in school and finish her degree. Instead, she ran as far away as possible and never looked back. We must do better in creating spaces for sexual assault victims to get the proper help they need, both legally and emotionally.

 

This film project is an important step towards realizing and understanding the complexities of sexual assault trauma and is a story that should be shared to get other women, like Nicky – who have been managing their trauma for decades, or young Nicky, who are forced to manage their trauma - that they are not alone and there is help out there.

 

Discussing sexual violence and assault is an uncomfortable space. We shy away from it because we think it has to do with “sex” and not the violent assault that ensues. Until we can have conversations with all genders to understand the trauma of rape, we will continue to converse in silos – not knowing if anyone else is dealing with the same trauma. It is time that we take the stigma out of these conversations and begin to understand the importance of knowing, identifying, supporting, and providing a safe space for victims of sexual violence. 

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read "Nicky's" true story here...

This story contains true, graphic details of "Nicky's" rape and may be traumatic and triggering for some. It contains explicit language and is not suitable for young readers.

Reading discretion is advised.

about the story...

do you remember me? follows Nicky as she faces the trauma of a rape that occurred more than 36 years ago. Through a her social media account, Nicky is shocked to see a friend request from Dale, the man who coerced Nicky to go back to his apartment, where he and three of his roommates raped her.

 

Although decades have passed since this traumatic experience, Nicky continues to cope with the impact of the rape although she lives without daily reminders of what happened to her at 18-years-old. That is until she opens her social media account to see a friend request from one of the four men who attacked her on May 4, 1987. Upon staring at the man looking back at her on her computer screen, Nicky, visibly shaking, types a message to Dale via a chat box “do you remember me?”

 

Although Nicky is finally facing her nightmare, she feels safe because of the love and understanding of her husband, Greg. 

 

Nicky can get past this evening but knows that the trauma will always be there, as will her family and friends love, support, and care.

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cast & crew

lead cast

supporting cast

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Krystian Bester

Officer Jay

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Myriam Joseph

Dr. Sylvia Stedman

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Jimmy Devlin

Officer Neville

production team

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Tonia (Toni) Magras

Writer, Director, Producer

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Gregory Magras

Executive Producer

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Rachelle Dermer

Supervising Producer

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Shellee Brevard

Producer

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Hailey Finn

Senior Producer

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Ania MacIndewar

Director of Photography

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Allison Thompson

Assistant Director

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Emily Maestri

Art Department

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Nico Solimine

Second AC

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Kaitlyn Mobilia

Second AD

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Alexzander Milner

Key Lighting

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Lily Hay

First AC

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Kyle Lindfors

Art Department

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Vin Liu Bouchard

Audio

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Meghan Russo

Production Assistant

about the director

Tonia (Toni) Magras

Tonia Magras is the writer, producer, and director of this powerful and emotional film that sheds light on the long-term effects of sexual assault and the importance of healing.

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