Lee is the writer/director of the film short "CROWBAR" and has this to say, “Everyone needs what I call a Crowbar Moment, where someone stands between you and physical or emotional harm. At that instant, you come to believe that you are safe, valued and loved.
In far too many incidents, children are not given the love and attention that they deserve, so they go searching to fulfill that life-sustaining need. Predators can spot that hungry hollow look from a mile away. 'If a child feels no value, he or she will become a victim. Statistics prove it to be true'. Sexual molestation and trafficking have reached astronomical numbers: in every little town, in every big city and in every country. The numbers are growing.
In CROWBAR, a lonely young girl stumbles around her neighborhood, hoping to find a friend. Friendship is not what she is offered. Still hungry, as a teenager, she allows abuse in exchange for cheap friendships and counterfeit love, until an unexpected heroine steps forward and offers that 'Crowbar Moment' and changes her life forever. Why "Crowbar"? You'll find out in the film.
The film is dedicated to Elva "Jackie" (Coston) Hahnkamp