R.V | Will Hawkes, Melissa Center

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Stripped of her rights, a woman’s life changes when she ventures with her husband to remedy an impossible situation.

R.V (10:30) is a narrative short about the current threat to women’s reproductive rights. Co-directed by Will Hawkes & Melissa Center, R.V follows a Woman’s (Center) experience undergoing an abortion where access to safe, legal care is not an option.

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