Joshua Rofe

director of the documentary, “Lorena”

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Director Joshua Rofé explores Lorena Bobbitt's iconic 1993 scandal in "Lorena."

Joshua Rofé: 'Lorena'

Director Joshua Rofé explores Lorena Bobbitt's iconic 1993 scandal in "Lorena."

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Lorena Bobbitt captured the nation’s attention 25 years ago by cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it out of her car window.

Lorena Bobbitt: Behind the punchlines, a story of domestic violence

Lorena Bobbitt captured the nation’s attention 25 years ago by cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it out of her car window.

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