"I SEE YOU"

A documentary that focuses on women struggling with chemical dependencies and their journey to overcome them. This film sheds light on the struggles that women go through, and it gives women a platform.

We want to be able to encourage our women to let them know that there is an alternative way to live life in sobriety. By stepping out of the shadows, women will be able to seek the help needed in order to begin their journey to sobriety and to improve their quality of life.
Let us break away from those substances that serve as chains, and cages, that keep us trapped and depressed.

Let us make a change with this project, by giving women a voice, a platform, but most importantly to give them hope.

  • Liset Escobar
    Director
  • Liset Escobar
    Writer
  • Lisette Rosales
    Writer
  • Liset Escobar
    Producer
  • Lisette Rosales
    Producer
  • Lanette Hastings
    Producer
  • Liset Escobar
    Key Cast
  • Christina Simos
    Key Cast
  • Monica Phillips
    Key Cast
  • Danny Mendoza
    Cinematographers
  • Jorge Valiente
    Cinematographers
  • Mike Beeson
    Editor
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Student
  • Runtime:
    13 minutes 6 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 6, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    300 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    Yes
  • USC 2019 FILM FESTIVAL
    Los Angeles
    United States
    May 6, 2019
Director Biography - Liset Escobar

My name is Liset Escobar, I am currently an MSW student at The University of Southern California. I have struggled with chemical dependencies for nearly 10 years of my life. But I can say that today I find myself in a different place in life. I am currently a year and 10 months into my sobriety and I want to inspire women to improve their quality of life by seeking recovery, and sobriety.

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Director Statement

I worked on this documentary with one of my fellow Trojans Lisette Rosales, and Three amazing individuals, Lanette Hastings, Danny Mendoza, and Jorge Valiente. The documentary focuses on women who have been able to overcome their struggles with chemical dependencies. We want to be able to encourage our women to let them know that there is an alternative way to live life, by stepping out of the shadows they will be able to look for the help that they need in order to improve their quality of life. Let us break away from those substances that serve as chains and cages, that keep us trapped and depressed. Let us make a change with this project, by giving women a voice, a platform, and most importantly to give them HOPE.