The Marina Experiment
A Father's Voyeuristic Obsession with his Daughter

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Nadia

this was a really remarkable film. chilling and horrifying and smart and reflective. incredible the damage that some parents are able to do.

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F

Total waste of 18 minutes.

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Tom

I just viewed "The Marina Experiment" for the first time. The words "shocked" and "horrified" and "heartbroken" barely begin to describe my emotional reaction to your story and film. Other reactions would include "Holy Sh!t" and Good God". I'm a librarian and visual artist myself. I ...Read more

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Marina

When I discovered my father’s archive, it was too vast to bring into therapy, so I taught myself how to edit short scenes to help my therapist understand my feelings of violation. This is why The Marina Experiment is so candid. Eventually I cut all the scenes into a short film and I showed it ...Read more

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