“The film is by no means a litany of horrors. It shows the positive moments and even the mundane ones. This is working in a house dungeon, in all of its awkward, bizarre, horrifying, hilarious, heart-wrenching glory. This is also the story of entering, and the story of leaving.”

Perhaps the best review I could hope for, given that it was written by a fellow pro-switch – Lori Adorable.

Read the full review here.

REMEDY was always intended to be a movie for people like me, who had worked in houses and either went on to independent work or who had left sex work behind entirely. My fear was that they would watch the film like programmers watch Hackers or doctors watch House, picking apart each and every inaccuracy. Yeah, I got choked up when I read it.