About Good Thanks, You?

By Marie-Pauline Mollaret

After being sexually assaulted, Amy must deal with shock, the incompetence of those supposed to help her, and herself. With unbending vitality, Molly Manning Walker tells a raw, sober story of what happens "next", wedged between the overwhelming entanglement of red-tape and the harsh incapacity to either speak or stay quiet. Tapping into a topical issue rooted in times immemorial, the director strives to restore the truth of intimate feelings through an instinctive, vital film.

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