In 1993 Louise Nicholas made her first shocking accusations about being raped by policemen. Some believed her, many didn't. CONSENT, based on the best-selling book ‘My Story’, tells the story of the senior policeman who went to great lengths to help her fight her case, the journalist who exposed the truth, and the family at the center of the storm.

Her case rocked New Zealand's police and justice systems to their cores, and sparked the 2007 Commission of Inquiry into Police Conduct. From the director and producers of Out Of The Blue and The Golden Hour, Consent: The Louise Nicholas Story stared Michelle Blundell, Mark Mitchinson and Thomasin Harcourt-McKenzie, and screened in the TV One Sunday Theatre slot at 8:30pm,. 1 x 120mins

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