Two out of three young women are occasionally harassed in the street. A person walking behind you appears to be the most threatening. Does your fear determine your life? And what if you are seen as the bogyman?
How do you cope with fear? And what do you do when you walk behind someone late at night and this person feels unsafe as a result? Will you cross the street, will you lower your pace, or do nothing? What are the unwritten rules of this moment? What can you do to take away this threatening feeling? In this short documentary, Liv, Shalik, Rui, Thomas and Tijn explain how they deal with their fears and discomfort in deserted, dark places.
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