Rags is a powerful visualization of one young girl’s life. Told through the fleeting repressed memories of a teenage mother, dark revelations of grooming from her past at the hands of the very person who was meant to protect her.
This film highlights the culture and failings in Britain to report child abuse. Over a million children are abused in some form in Britain every year. Skipping backwards and forwards in time through fleeting moments and repressed memories, the film also challenge perceptions, asking at what point one would consider the child is at risk from her foster father?