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1736: Somewhere to Turn (2010)

Video  -  Documentary  -  1 April 2010 (USA)
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"1736: Somewhere to Turn" is a powerful documentary written, directed, and produced by critically-acclaimed screenwriter Brian Herskowitz and edited by George Missor. Beginning with an ... See full summary »

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"1736: Somewhere to Turn" is a powerful documentary written, directed, and produced by critically-acclaimed screenwriter Brian Herskowitz and edited by George Missor. Beginning with an overview of domestic violence from the impact of the OJ Simpson case in 1994 to the year 2010, the film educates the viewer on the history of domestic violence including national statistical information. The film highlights stories of courage, survival, and hope for a safe and better future for the many children, women and families recovering from domestic violence at 1736 Family Crisis Center in Los Angeles. Written by Anonymous

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