We had discussions about how it’s very primal and evolved for people to go along with something because everyone else is doing it.

What follows is a horrific true account of how the mystery caller managed to convince the young woman’s supervisor (as well as others asked to help out) to commit a number of physically invasive acts, including sexual assault.

READ MORE: Combative New York Premiere of ‘Compliance’ Latest Victim of the Most Provocative Film of the Year Walker is best known for her supporting role on the ABC sitcom “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23” and for appearing opposite Clint Eastwood in “Gran Torino,” but “Compliance” marks her biggest on-screen role to date — and her most challenging.

As Becky, Walker is given the difficult task of engendering sympathy from the audience while also making them believe that her character would go along with what’s demanded of her.

She hits it out of the park, matching the lauded work of Dowd, a veteran character actress.

Did Craig have you meet the victim on which your character is based? She’s probably trying to make a recovery on a daily basis and I respect that.

What kind of pressure did you feel to live up to her and portray her in a realistic light?

How did you make Becky’s actions believable for yourself?

So many folks have walked out of this film going, “Well I would never go along with that.” Well, Craig and I had a lot of really honest, open discussions about a lot of similar situations with it; lower-stakes ones that were more meaningless and trivial.

“I’m an avid TV watcher, and there are people in my community who watch a lot of TV.