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No Place for Children (2015)

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No Place for Children takes a sobering look at the Juvenile justice system in America, posing questions surrounding accountability and the moral/ethical dilemmas we face in criminalizing our youth.

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No Place for Children (working title) takes a narrative approach; exploring the personal stories, human experiences and complicated relationships of those intertwined in this system. Featuring some of the leading experts in this field, this film tells the stories of those directly affected including the Elkhart 4 as they navigate the criminal justice system, facing upwards of 50 years behind bars. No Place for Children is fiscally sponsored by Women Make Movies. Written by Smoke and Apple Films

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