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On what seems to be just another ordinary day in a french city, a man is exposed to sexism and sexual violence in a society ruled by women...

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Think you know homelessness? Think again...  
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This feature film staged in 1939 is based ona true story. In a horrible Irish reformatory school for boys a horrific regime and mentality reigns.

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It's a film about true story of a tenacious social worker, who uncovers a government backed mass deportation of children from UK to Australia.   Her empathy with the adults telling her their stories of abuse and terror, causes her personal grief, and me too.  

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This is a novel about daily life in a poor quarter of a small town near Munich, seen through the eyes of a young German girl called Liesel. She arrives there traumatised by the death of her younger brother and her separation from her mother.

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Festen is film about one Dannish aristocrate family. It shows Christian's, son of a "head" of a family, struggle to point out

all the worst things that happened when he and his sisters were growing up. It's set on a wedding day one of his sisters.

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<p>The central character in this novel is a highly intelligent and resourceful woman who struggles repeatedly to come to terms with loss and the randomness of life.

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The Lost Child looks at the life of a child growing up in a family where there is parental mental illness.

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Ever wonder why that kid in your class is such a trouble maker? Maybe not. Maybe we all should wonder why he/she chooses to act the he/she does.

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