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Review: into the forest

Spoilers ahead. The film is rated R for a scene of rape.

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Because of this specific scene, and as the lights dimmed in the screening room, I was already holding my breath. When Wood's character Eva is ambushed while chopping wood outside of her secluded family home, it was more gut-wrenching than I anticipated. Instead of showing the man on top of her, the camera focuses solely on Eva's face as she screams and cries for help.

It isn't exploitative, and it's extremely disturbing. When I sit down with Wood in Beverly Hills — her makeup-less face save a streak of pink eye shadow over each lid and casually crisscrossed legs easing me into a comfortable conversation — she assures me the cropped camera angle in that scene is entirely intentional: "We don't show what's happening.

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We show the pain on her face," Wood says. Into the Forest surrounds two sisters Wood and trying to survive alone in their secluded, forested home in a world without power.

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They have no gas, no phones, no way to contact anyone. They are getting by, but when Eva is raped, they realize the severity of their circumstance and vulnerability. According to the year-old, the scene was filmed in one take and she burst all the capillaries around her eyes from screaming.

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Though wasn't in the scene, Wood asked her to be nearby so she could have someone to hug after filming the draining scene. The whole week leading up to it I was filled with so much dread.

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It's my job to convince myself this is happening, and there will be a man on top of me, and it will be traumatic," she says. You have to leave your body.

Review: into the forest

Your body can't handle it, and you just disappear. The remainder of the film deals with the aftermath of Eva's rape. She becomes closed off to her sistershe won't eat, she is terrified her predator will return, and she won't step outside of the house. They think [rape] is not that big of a deal.

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It's a life long journey. As she speaks about the aftermath of an attack — leaning in closer on the couch to drive her points home — I'm reminded of Brock Turner, the Stanford student who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman behind a dumpster on campus and received a very short six month jail sentence for his crime, when according to state law, his crime warranted up to 14 years behind bars.

His father deemed this punishment too severeand wrote a letter to the judge, arguing that his son shouldn't receive punishment for "20 minutes of action. So I ask her: "How do we tangibly measure mental scarring, the aftermath of rape, within the justice system?

Once that trust is broken How do you connect? How do you allow yourself to be loved? And the worst part is if those things are not dealt with in the proper way, and the trauma is not dealt with, it can ruin your entire life.

What Wood is saying, and what Turner's father doesn't seem to understand, is that a crime like rape leaves ramifications that last beyond the physical "20 minute" act of sexual assault.

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It takes a very long time, and therapy. Performing the jarring scene in Into the Forest has inspired Wood to speak up about the issue. Throughout our conversation, Wood wants to make one thing very clear: "Women are strong," she says. At the end of our interview, I apologize for diving so deep, so quickly. After a hearty laugh — we are both in need of a moment of levity — she shakes her head.

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With celebrities like Wood speaking up, and films like Into the Forest offering an honest look at sexual assault and its intense ramifications, perhaps the conversation surrounding unfair treatment of victims will become so loud, even Brock Turner's pleading father can't turn a deaf ear.

By Anna Klassen. See All Health Relationships Self.