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After a traumatic incident at a party makes her a target of gossip and derision, a young college student tries to change her school's toxic culture.
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Let’s start with the main topic of this show, around which everything revolves: the rape. This show does not take for granted the fact that everyone knows the meaning of the word and, on the other hand, it offers a comprehensive explanation of it. The characters become more aware of what it means to rape someone as time passes by, letting even the viewers improve their knowledge. But what I enjoyed the most is the choice of pointing out the huge social justice problems that come out when survivors actually try to make their voices heard. The fact that the chances of being actually supported for accusing your rapist are so low is still a major problem of our society.
There are a lot of other things I enjoyed, of course: the gay couple shows us a typical reaction intolerant parents may have about their children’s homosexuality and why it does no good for the boy’s wellbeing, who’ll probably start to keep everything inside and may even decide to blame himself. I also liked the constant reminder that we, as a society, tend to judge without having an overview of the situation, talking at someone’s back instead of arguing with them about that problem.
Almost everything in this show is perfect and I have to admit I’m not able to list every single detail of it as I would like to. In the end, I consider ‘The Judgement’ a really interesting and important television show.
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