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She struggles to be herself in a world that often labels and patronizes people with disabilities. Zevegtis recalled how he handled it when his subject began opening up about her sexuality.“I was kind of uncomfortable,” he remembered.“But it was apparent that it was a big part of her.”Zevgetis’ producer Ariana Garfinkel told him it sounded like Smith had found community.The director said he realized “this isn’t something we could ignore.”Sticking With A Character Through Every Turn What Smith revealed was her growing interest in what’s known as the BDSM community — people interested in erotic role-playing, bondage, dominance and submission.“It was certainly a surprise,” Jordan Salvatoriello, one of the film's cinematographers and producers, said.“As a filmmaker, it was very exciting, because this is some uncharted territory in a lot of ways.Because not only are we sexual, some of us in our community are into kink.It's like anybody else — it's part of the fabric of being a human being."Smith was 18 when the cameras started rolling. Her mother Julie Smith admits that even though Michelle is a consenting adult, it’s been a little cringe-inducing to have her daughter’s sex life — along with her family’s sometimes tumultuous private life — exposed like an unlocked diary.“I asked if she’d like to be in a documentary, and she said yes, and that was six years ago.”Finding A Haven At Perkins Smith’s magnetism and goofy sense of humor come across when asked about the film and her life.“People like me, the geeks and weirdos — I say that in a loving way — we’re like, ‘Don’t worry, it gets better, you just have to survive it!
Smith’s voiceover describes how she was ostracized: “The kids would literally be like, ‘Ew, there’s Michelle, we’re going to catch her disease,’ and then just like run away.Migliozzi said his former student is breaking boundaries by talking so candidly on camera about a topic many disabled people believe is ignored.“They have this perception that the general public doesn’t see them as sexual beings," Migliozzi told us, sitting on the same bench where he and Smith had their delicate conversation a few years ago.