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RISE.

Last seen on: The Sun – Two Speed Crossword – Feb 12 2019

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Rise is a 2014 Australian crime drama film written and directed by Mack Lindon and starring Nathan Wilson as a man falsely accused of rape. It was written and directed by Mack Lindon and is based on Lindon’s own experience.[2]


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Based on a true story, Will McIntyre (Nathan Wilson) is a young nurse who is falsely accused of rape and as a result is stripped of his career, freedom and is sent to a maximum security jail. Will forms an unlikely friendship with cellmate Jimmy (Martin Sacks) who is an armed robber and a prominent lawyer who must compromise wage and status to prove Will’s innocence.

In 2008, Lindon was sentenced to six years in a maximum security prison for the drink-spiking and rape of a 21-year-old woman in February 2006. Lindon originally pleaded not guilty to the charge, and served 19 months in prison. In 2011, the Supreme Court of Victoria overturned his conviction on appeal after one week of a retrial.

“Yes I did go home with her and yes we did have sex,” he later claimed. “But it was consensual. I will never know why she did it. I have tried to jump in her shoes. It was a small lie that spiralled out of control…. I went from being an ordinary Aussie, a bit of a lad, who was social, didn’t mind a drink and loved a surf, to being in a prison where I was constantly looking over my back. There’s a whole hierarchy and pecking order. You have to walk a certain way, eat a certain way. One of my rooms was next to (Tony) Mokbel’s brother. It was hard. I use to wake up with sweats at night. The stigma that comes with rape. There are lots of people who get beaten and raped in jail with convictions like mine. Your life is at risk all of the time.”[3]

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