See What You Made Me Do: powerful series shines a horrifying light on domestic violence

See What You Made Me Do: powerful series shines a horrifying light on domestic violence

The Guardian

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Hosted by journalist Jess Hill, the SBS documentary is a challenging watch – but if victims have the courage to speak, we owe them the courage to listen

Sometimes the reasons we turn away from something – too difficult, too grim, too painful – are the very reasons we need to stay rooted to the spot, and watch.

From the opening seconds of the SBS three-part documentary series See What You Made Me Do, which premieres tonight, you know it’s going to be hard going. Emergency call recordings open the audio track, and a man speaks: “I’ve killed my partn … my ex-partner.”

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