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Review Copies and Media Interviews for You Look a Lot Like Me:

For a review copy of You Look a Lot Like Me or an interview with the director and executive producer, Chloé McFeters, please contact press@youlookalotlikeme.com or call +1 617 820 6233 x2. When requesting a review copy, please provide the name of your organization, a street address, phone number, and e-mail address.

Please note that all DVDs are NTSC, region 0. Please check to make sure that your viewing device will be able to play the DVD we send to you prior to making your request. Our DVD may not play in your country, particularly if you are outside of North America.

What Professionals are Saying About You Look a Lot Like Me

“In the film You Look a Lot Like Me, Chloé McFeters has seamlessly woven stories of love, betrayal, and ultimately, survival from a diverse group of people who have lived with the nightmare of Domestic Violence. She stretches beyond the norm to show us people of different gender, age, culture, and sexual orientation. She even makes the controversial, but wise choice, to include the self- examination of an abuser who struggles to understand what he has done and if he is capable of change. What comes into sharp focus for the viewer is awareness that Domestic Violence touches all groups without prejudice. We become immersed in their stories from the early stages of falling in love, to their fear, bewilderment, and shame as their partners become unrecognizable people who hurt them in every way imaginable. To educators and those who work in this field, the film puts a human face to the “Power and Control Wheel” and the “Cycle of Abuse” by submerging the viewer into the world of real people who have bravely chosen to share their stories. Whether a survivor, friend, family member, educator, advocate, or mental health professional, You Look a Lot Like Me has something to teach us all.”

— Pamela Riss, M.S., LMFT

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