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Netflix’s ‘Jezebel’ Is the Film We Need to Combat Sex Work Stereotypes

The indie drama, backed by Ava DuVernay, is based on director Numa Perrier’s real-life experiences

If there’s anything to understand about Numa Perrier, it’s that she’s fearless.




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Kellee Terrell

Kellee Terrell

Kellee Terrell is an award-winning filmmaker and journalist, loving daughter, zombie slayer and most importantly, not the one.

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