The full Talking to Anorexia episode available to watch for free for U. Louis Theroux Talking to Anorexia: Rosie In the one-hour documentary, Louis caught up with Rosie, who had temporarily lost her sight and hearing after embarking on a crash starvation regime the previous October 2016. Utterly horrible is the best way to sum up this documentary and in all honesty I could stop there. If Theroux re-opens the debate for wider discussion, it can only be a good thing. What happens in Louis Theroux: The Night in Question? By talking to survivors, Theroux brings renewed focus to the raw emotions and aftermath of assault.
Louis Theroux has always been at the forefront of tacking issues in society through his anthropological approach to documentary filmmaking. Evidently, among student populations around the world. It must also be said, it is not just women who find themselves as victims, although they clearly are the majority. But alleged perpetrators believe the attempt to be more vigilant about rape and assault has turned into an overreaction that tramples on due process, and harms innocent people. Although fronting a devastated and distraught figure at first, Louis explores the accusations deeper and soon unearths series of dark truths and suspicious narratives. There was one fraternity mentioned which had 10 assault accusations against its members.
The documentary was just one part, meaning there is no second episode. This is the same thing I was told by the police after finding out that one of my accusations would not be investigated any further. That aside it's a fantastic film that is important to see. Simply head over to bbc. His fascination with America and its many horrific stories once again proves great subject matter.
She uploaded a picture onto her Instagram displaying her dramatic weight gain in July 2017. At times Louis shows his best, catching out Saif who seems genuinely cold and evil. It's fairly objective which you might not want but does give out a rounded story of the offenders. He will also discuss how to address issues around consent with students. Rosie told Louis: The illness started in October of last year and it got to Christmas but I was still in denial about how much I was losing — my family were saying they could see how much I was losing and in February it went crashing down. I have been lobbying for this at my university all year. His University is investigating the claims separately even though Saif has been found not-guilty in a court of law.
The experiences of the survivors Theroux talks to sound very similar to mine. After learning more information about Khan later in the program, including more alleged wrongdoing with potentially harder evidence, I berated myself for having been taken in by him the first time. Between the ages of 19 and 20, I was raped or sexually assaulted by six people. The Night In Question is sure to do that same. What has Louis Theroux said about the documentary? At a time of increased scrutiny about what constitutes sexual assault, award-winning documentary-maker Louis Theroux heads to American college campuses and comes face-to-face with students whose universities are accusing them of sexual assault. Also, check our that is a weekly representation of the best shows and movies. Louis Theroux returns to Two with new documentary The Night in Question.
When does Louis Theroux: The Night in Question air? This is reflective of a global issue, one that is also prominent here in Ireland. I am grateful that such a high profile documentarian has investigated this issue and will contribute to continued public conversation and reform. For one of his most famous film documentaries, he lived with Jimmy Savile before he was exposed as a paedophile and the true extent of his crimes emerged. When asked whether he would consider interviewing someone like Harvey Weinstein or Bill Cosby, he seemed to know a lot about what survivors of sexual assault go through, and I wondered why. But alleged perpetrators believe the attempt to be more vigilant about rape and assault has turned into an overreaction that tramples on due process, and harms innocent people. Rosie is in phenomenal shape with a beaming smile matching her glowing health.
I am a survivor, and my abusers were master manipulators who bent the rules of the law and relationships to turn the blame on me for being drunk. He also recently did a documentary on The Church of Scientology and spoke to members of the religion. A striking insight into a serious problem which is not befitting of any society, let alone one which has led the way on the MeToo campaign. The result is students at many universities continue to be attacked and victimised, and punishment isn't meted out to the rapists and sexual assaulters. Students interviewed strongly believe in giving classes and guidelines on consent, making the campus more aware of issues revolving around sexual encounters. So, is there a Louis Theroux: The Night in Question episode 2? If Khan is guilty, perhaps he did act out of character, as Theroux suggests at one point, but this is the case with the perpetrators of many crimes. I did not believe that the young men who hurt me were capable of such things either, and I believe that some of them are still inherently good people.
To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our site. Louis Theroux heads to American college campuses and comes face-to-face with students whose universities are accusing them of sexual assault. For the victims of sexual assault these new processes, which require less stringent levels of proof than criminal cases, have allowed accusations that might have never been heard in a court of law to be vindicated. Theroux's not afraid of difficult subjects, having covered eating disorders, assisted dying, and the sex industry, to name a few. This service is provided on News Group Newspapers' Limited's in accordance with our.
One such student is Mollie Johnson, whose experience is a powerful reminder that there is now a broader understanding of what sexual assault looks like. One of the key personnel in the doco is Yale University student Saifullah Khan, who was acquitted at trial. The Sun website is regulated by the Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click. In this documentary, goes to American college campuses and comes face-to-face with both victims and students accused of sexual assault. Whether someone is guilty of sexual assault does not have anything to do with how likeable they may seem. For the victims of sexual assault these new processes, which require less stringent levels of proof than criminal cases, have allowed accusations that might have never been heard in a court of law to be vindicated.
In his series , he lived amongst American subcultures, drug users, porn stars, extreme nationalists to name but a few. Advertisement Most of these perpetrators were people I had considered friends, and each incident occurred while I was participating in one of the biggest aspects of university life — drinking. Theroux is not one to only scratch the surface, he delves deep into the issue and after this documentary will be sending scores of people to search engines looking for more information on the trial of Saifullah Khan — a Yale student who was acquitted at trial of raping a fellow Yale student, yet he speaks with Theroux and reveals how he is awaiting the outcome of a university investigation into the same incident. We need to do better for survivors, and this is a start. At the start of the documentary Louis meets a neuroscience major who has been accused of raping a fellow student. He makes points , such as that consent to one act is not consent to all acts.