Netflix will premiere ‘Audrie and Daisy’- Rape Documentary

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Netflix going to premiere the documentary, ‘Audrie and Daisy’ on 23rd September 2016. This documentary is based on rape cases of Daisy Coleman and Audrie Pott.

Netflix, one of the familiar name among people, as we know that this streaming service provides us a sack full of entertainment. If you haven’t downloaded and activated the Netflix yet, then it right now. You just need to go to Www Netflix Com Activate to activate this well-liked streaming service. One side if we talk about entertainment, then it doesn’t mean each every movie can be your source of entertainment because some movies and shows hold the deep stories and meaning behind, which put us in the deep ocean of thinking. This time, Netflix is coming with some serious and meaningful documentary which holds the loud echo of justice and pain. To watch this documentary you need to download Netflix first or go to Www Netflix Com to understand the whole procedure.

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Netflix is coming with the documentary called, ‘Audrie and Daisy’. This is an American documentary film grasps the stories of three rape cases (focus on two). The documentary was premiered on 25 January 2016 at 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Now all the Netflix users can catch this powerful documentary on September 23rd, 2016 on Netflix and theaters as well.

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Netflix put a spot light on two cases of sexual assault Daisy Coleman of Maryville, Missouri and Saratoga’s (California) Audrie Pott. Both cases are of 2012, and the main focus of this documentary is on the unpleasant consequences after assaults. Coleman was get raped by a football player at the age of 14 while she was at party whereas Pott (15) was assaulted by three teenage boys, disgusting thing was that pics of both victims (assaulted and unconscious state) were uploaded online. Now we can say documentary motives to question the justice in both cruel cases. We can’t say that you will enjoy this film because the motive of this film is not of joy or enjoyment….this documentary holds the brutal face of humanity, justice, and fight.  Activate your Netflix, go to Netflix Com login and fill up the suitable credentials to get access.

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