From the director: This film is showcasing a medical insensitivity experience that ended up leaving a long last effect on a young woman. This film is an attempt to showcase a negative experience in its true authentic state to empower other women to speak up about abuse, assault, medical insensitivity, and foul experiences in life.
Tessa Ribitsch was born in Vienna, Austria and moved to the United States at a young age. She studied Philosophy at Portland State University and became deeply connected to the subject of authenticity. Through her life, she became involved in filmmaking as a hobby and found that her love for Philosophy and writing would be the trigger to directing her first film. Her specialty is creating awareness pieces that bring true authentic experiences to the screen. She is an advocate for women's rights and bringing awareness to situations that are not often seen.