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Special evening on domestic violence on M6: "Women have no shame to have"

2019-11-24T07:34:47.409Z

M6 dedicates her evening of Sunday night to the violence suffered by the women within the couple. & Nbsp; "I wanted to show the mechanism in which these women are imprisoned", explains the director. "It had to come out", also testifies a victim, at the microphone of Europe 1.



M6 devotes his evening of Sunday evening to the violence suffered by the women within the couple. "I wanted to show the mechanism in which these women are imprisoned," says the director. "It had to come out," says a victim, at the microphone of Europe 1.

M6 mobilizes its antenna to sensitize TV viewers to the violence suffered by women within the couple. A number of Exclusive Investigations AND Forbidden Zone is devoted to the subject this Sunday evening. An exceptional documentary, directed by Mélanie Van Der Ende, will be broadcast from 21:05.

"I wanted to show the mechanism in which these women are imprisoned." Often, people outside these phenomena say: 'She could very well leave, why does she agree to be hit for so many years' "These people can not understand the mechanism in which these women found themselves," says Melanie Van Der Ende. "They are trapped, often trapped, isolated, a mechanism that is being set up as and when I want to show that there are solutions," says the director.

Heard on europe1:

We decided to tackle this fight

Domestic violence affects about one in ten women in France. And it is estimated that only one in five domestic violence victims files a complaint. Pedagogical and accompanying work is therefore essential. For Ophélie Meunier, who presents Forbidden Zone, the media can play an important role.

"M6 decided to put its stone in. To say 'stop', you have to be aware of where you are and show the things that are set up and that are good, and the things that are dysfunctional and that "We have to change, we are the intermediary between these victims and the reality and we decided to bring this fight to bear," says the presenter.

Heard on europe1:

I was ashamed of what I was going through, what he was doing to me

In the documentary, Aurélie testifies with open face. Which is extremely rare in this kind of situation. "I was ashamed of what I was going through, what he was doing to me, I did not want to talk about it, but he managed to make me believe it was my fault I was pushing it, I was driving it crazy, I was driving it crazy, "she says on Europe 1." At one point, it's muddy, it's muddy, it's muddy and it had to come out. have no shame to have, that's why I agreed to testify openly, "she says.

See you this Sunday evening, for this special M6 device dedicated to violence against women.

Source: europe1

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