A film by the director of a documentary about a single woman who lost her virginity in a car wreck is being released to the world for the first time, thanks to a crowdfunding campaign.
The Unbroken documentary series, which is directed by David Lachman, was created by the filmmaker to raise money for the woman who died in a crash in 2007.
The film’s trailer, released on Tuesday, showed the young woman who survived the wreck, but it didn’t mention that the film was about her.
The trailer showed her getting her first taste of sex from a man, and then it showed her falling in love with a man who had a similar experience.
The documentary premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, where it received a mixed reception, with the New York Times describing it as a “tasteless and nauseatingly misogynistic” portrayal of women.
In a video posted to Facebook, Lachmann thanked people for the support.
“The response has been amazing, it’s been overwhelming,” he said.
“And this is the first step in creating a community that’s going to make a difference. “
I know I can never thank you enough.””
And this is the first step in creating a community that’s going to make a difference.
I know I can never thank you enough.”