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Smut (2008)

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Kelly Sun is found wandering Riverside Park, beaten and raped, and has no memory of what happened. Detective Benson discovers Sun was on her way to Korea, but never boarded her flight and instead is found leaving the airport with a mystery man, Eric Lutz . Lutz becomes an immediate suspect, and with further probing, the detectives find rape-themed amateur pornographic videos on Lutz's computer. Detectives Stabler and Benson search for incriminating evidence against Lutz, but each of his victims from the videos suffers from memory loss from the attack due to the use of date rape-related drugs. Attempting to trace the other women in the videos, the detectives must re-inform each victim of her attack to get her testimony. Struggling to remind each victim of their rape, Detective Benson must face the fact that she still thinks like a victim, and get the testimony of one victim in particular, Laurel Andrews , to put Lutz away for good. Complicating matters, Judge Moredock is blackmailed based on sexually explicit pictures found on his private server.

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