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Movie Monday- 13 Cameras


"A newlywed couple, move into a new house across the country, only to find out that their marital issues are the least of their problems. Unbeknownst to them, their grim and lascivious landlord has been spying on them from day one." (from imbd).


In this movie the landlord set up a series of 13 cameras to stalk the couple renting the home.


This movie is a great example of stalking, video voyeurism, and voyeurism. All three of these crimes are emotional abuse crimes that can also lead to physical or sexual abuse. In this movie, the emotional abuse crimes do escalate to physical violence.


The landlord stalks the couple by setting up cameras in their home, listening in on their conversations, and then watching them. He engages in voyeurism by watching the couple engage in sexual activity. He engages in video voyeurism by watching the couple change clothes and engage in sexual activity on his TVs.


This movie, and it's follow up, 14 Cameras, are two of the best movies that display video voyeurism.


To learn more about voyeurism, video voyeurism, and stalking, sign up for the next Emotional Abuse Advocacy Training at centeraa.com.





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