How far would you go to get away from a harsh ex? Would you move away? Desert your whole personality companions, family, profession to secure yourself and your friends and family? Might you be able to execute them? These are the issues ready to hero Meredith Redman before all else of Lifetime’s new motion picture Run For Your Life, which depends on a genuine story at any rate to some extent. The film depends on Katherine Kotaw’s diary Quicksand: One Woman’s Escape From the Husband Who Stalked Her and in a meeting with Bustle, Kotaw says, “Author Benita Garvin and Producer Anne Carlucci intentionally brought freedoms with my story to secure my personality and practiced some artistic freedom in adjusting an account to a TV script.
Both stayed consistent with the center message that propelled me to compose Quicksand: One Woman’s Escape from the Husband Who Stalked Her, which is this: abusive behavior at home is not the space of the lower-classes or powerless willed. It can happen to anybody and be delivered by anybody. Run For Your Life steps toward shattering the myths encompassing aggressive behavior at home.”