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It’s a film set in the near future where your memories are no longer private so they can be dredged – sometimes in helpful ways.It’s very different to [season one episode] ‘The Entire History of You’ in that they’re not accurate – they’re memories rather than recordings.Since 1993, Broken Rites Australia has been researching the cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.Too often, the church supported the offending clergy while ignoring the victims.Many church-abuse victims remain silent for years or forever.Only a few victims have consulted the police; some victims eventually contact Broken Rites; and some victims (often unwisely) merely tip-off the church's internal Professional Standards Office (also called "Towards Healing"), whose main purpose is to protect the church and the perpetrator.Its third season – which debuted on the streaming service in 2016 – scored the series a legion of new fans all willing to be swept up by its dystopian tales – at times life-affirming, at others distressingly bleak – brought to life by the creative minds of Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, not to mention a crop of Hollywood talent ranging from Joe Wright to Jodie Foster.was granted an exclusive opportunity to speak to Jones – fresh from the show’s double Emmy win for the episode “San Junipero” – who was, at the time of talking, completing work on the six episodes that’ll comprise season four. Obviously, I should add it’s a real privilege.” With the episode titles, cast and directors already announced for each, Jones divulged more details on what to expect from each instalment which you can see below alongside our full interview.
Here are some examples of criminal cases, researched by Broken Rites Australia (since 1993), involving Catholic priests and religious brothers.It follows a mother who has a young daughter and faces that perennial question of how to look after a child in an increasingly technical world; it taps into helicopter parenting…I always hope that whatever we tackle, it’s never on the nose and just more in the background but this episode asks how do you be a responsible mother in a world in which you can be all-powerful and omnipresent? How do you ensure you give your child independence in a world in which you can have a lot of control?The above lists (Sections A to C) on this website all relate to priests or religious brothers, as distinct from lay teachers.Many victims have contacted Broken Rites about offences committed by lay teachers in Catholic schools or school youth camps.
This can force the church to acknowledge the harm that has been done to the victim's life (including harm done by the church’s tradition of cover-up). Sometimes this action can force the church to give a written apology to the victim.