Distributed by the National Film Board of Canada, director Philippe Baylaucq brings a stark and realistic look at one man’s attempts to reconcile the loss of his only son in the 9-11 terrorist bombing of the twin towers in New York, and his humanitarian efforts to provide inroads to social and cultural understandings. His hope; to help children of war cope with their losses.
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