See UNTOUCHABLE

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Film Availability:

Saturday, December 4th @ 9:00 a.m. (Eastern) thru Tuesday, December 7th @ 9:00 a.m. (Eastern)

About the Film 

When the most powerful lobbyist in Florida discovers that the nanny has sexually abused his daughter, he harnesses his extraordinary political power to pass the toughest sex offender laws in the nation. UNTOUCHABLE chronicles his crusade, and its impact on the lives of several of the 900,000 people forced to live under the kinds of laws he has championed. The film interweaves intimate portraits of people who have been branded sex offenders with the heartbreaking stories of those who have suffered sexual abuse. It is a film that pushes viewers toward an uncomfortable place, requiring them to walk in the shoes of those who have survived sexual abuse, but to still bear witness to the experiences of those we revile.

How the Screening Works 

On December 3rd, the day before the screening period begins (12/4), NARSOL will send a link to your virtual screener and a password. You can then share this information with others  to watch whenever and however they want during the screening period.

We encourage this group and all NARSOL members, donors, and supporters to invite friends and family to the screening of this incredible film.

To Register or Get More Information

Contact: Michael Shimkin, mcshimkin@gmail.com

We also have instructions for how to conduct a Zoom viewing should you wish for a discussion of the film with others of your choosing as well as other suggested materials to help facilitate your panel discussion.

Trailer www.untouchablefilm.com/trailer

Website www.untouchablefilm.com

Facebook www.facebook.com/untouchabledocumentary

Twitter www.twitter.com/UntouchableDoc

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  1. Perry Pickens

    Another reason to avoid Flori-DUH, at all costs!

  2. The Criminalized Man

    The group screening is a great idea. For those who can’t make it, the film is available on the Kanopy service – kudos to my local library system for making it available.

  3. Harold

    I don’t believe them. It’s not beyond them to make it up, in order to profit from their story. I just don’t think it happened. You have a scared mexican-descent woman, going up against “The Books”. I’m not sure how it went down, but I know, that would be all it would take. Look how much they have profited since!

  4. H n H

    Hasn’t this been out for quite some time now? I think the film strays away from labeling every single person on the registry as a predator when an event that constitutes a crime in one situation only rises to the level of criminality for the sake of criminal charges. In other words, there has to be context for why people do what they do, and whether or not they are pursuant predators by their actions, or does the label that’s put on them make them predators? Seems like Ron Book sure does love to label everyone as a predator. I promise you this though, the day will come when he’ll look back over his life and see all the pain and misery he’s caused everyone. Karma is a pain, and I shudder to think of the karmic debt his hatred will require in repayment in his next life.

  5. jim

    The most powerful lobbyist in Florida is not untouchable. No Lobbyist is untouchable. Just like John Walsh. I wonder if he actually knew how much he would have made from his sons murder or if it was just a gamble. There should be an investigation on him and his profits from a crime.