After Schwartzman was raped, she used a hidden camera to talk to the rapist and also spoke to sex workers, survivors and activists, among others, exploring the question of accountability and consent.
The film was completed in July 2009 and has been used subsequently for educational institutions and private homes to help combat and explore rape culture. It has also been screened at multiple festivals, American and international most notably International Women's Film Festival, Israel, Muslim Women and Sexuality Conference, Turkey, Istanbul, Sex:: Tech Conference, San Francisco, and Men's Gender Equity and Anti-Violence conference.
The film was marketed with the Line Campaign, including a group blog – whereisyourline.org, now defunct – which encouraged discussion about issues related to sexual violence. The blog was maintained by female students.