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Most of the park’s residents seem to have made peace with the fact that this will likely be business as usual for the rest of their lives.
Tracked by ankle bracelets and required to report in twice a year, they live strictly monitored lives under heavy restrictions.“Accepting responsibility becomes probably the most important thing that anybody in my situation can do,” says Will Heffernan, a man who was convicted of molesting an 8-year-old and a 13-year-old child.
But down in the state of Florida, 120 of them live in a uniquely supportive safe haven—a St.
Petersburg trailer park run by the Florida Justice Transitions program, the rare housing outfit to actually welcome rehabilitated sex offenders into its ranks.
You can take out stock on Wall Street on prisons in Florida.”The filmmakers chronicle a wide array of offenders and offenses, from a happily married father of two who was nabbed for soliciting a cop posing as a 14-year-old in an online chat room to the fidgety man who describes driving across the border to Mexico, kidnapping a 5-year-old girl, and raping her as the film intercuts serene footage of him in his trailer home cleaning out his fish tank.Years later at the age of 13, he continued the cycle of abuse by molesting a younger child.What Pervert Park illuminates is that no matter the gravity of the individual offense—be it flashing, rape, child rape, or just being dumb enough to get nabbed in a To Catch A Predator-style online sting—the system paints all sex offenders with the same brush, and does little to stem the cycle of sexual abuse that keeps creating generation after generation of victim-abusers.He strongly criticizes the justice system’s tendency to go after an increasing number of young adults on the Internet, like Jamie Turner, a tattooed, comic book-loving 22-year-old with a shock of bright purple hair who was caught answering a Craigslist ad for a person he believed to be a 30-year-old woman.She asked him to have sex with her teenage daughter—but it was a trap, and he went to prison for a year.“That’s pure entrapment,” chides Sweeney.
At Sundance, Pervert Park won the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Impact for calling attention to one of society’s most taboo subjects.