Parents' Guide to

Daughters of the Cult

By Ty'Kira Smalls, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Survivors recount abuse, violence in father's cult.

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This emotional and harrowing series is a confessional, interview, and roundtable rolled into one. Daughters of the Cult also bring a bit of dark humor into the story; the interactions between the siblings are sometimes humorous when they recall their past, which balances out the serious subject matter. The reunion-style segments are a unique touch in the cult-doc genre. Conversations focusing on violence, predatory sexual relationships, and intense topics make this more suitable for older teens.

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