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Children of the Night 

The story of Iain Brown, who at thirteen left the comfortable world of a middle-class family in Walnut Creek, CA, for the life of a male hustler in San Francisco. Iain committed suicide in ... See full synopsis »

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Ray Telles
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Episode credited cast:
Judy Woodruff ... Herself - Host
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Dara Albro Dara Albro ... Herself (as Katrina)
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The story of Iain Brown, who at thirteen left the comfortable world of a middle-class family in Walnut Creek, CA, for the life of a male hustler in San Francisco. Iain committed suicide in December 1987 at the age of nineteen. His story highlights the disturbing and growing national problem of teenage runaways and suicides.

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14 February 1989 (USA) See more »

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I am Terry
7 November 2014 | by tbanks4470See all my reviews

I am Terry from the documentary. I was trying to find the award Ray won for this. Idk if anyone is still alive other than myself so many years later. This documentary was filmed, the first one with Casey and Iain in 85 I think and then the 2nd one was I think 88 if I recall correctly. The guys turned most of the tricks to make sure the girls didn't have to. We did drugs experimenting and to forget what we had to do to survive. You have no idea how this effects a person through out life. For years on Iains anniversary of his death,it would be so hard. It's gotten easier to handle. It is a good documentary if you really want to know what it is like for kids out there. We were lucky. We had the LGBT community and we banded together so pimps didn't bother us. Hope this sheds some understanding. For the other person who left a review. I guess I am glad you liked it but we did the documentary because we didn't want other kids to come and do what we were having to live. Thank you for your nice review. I would like myself to get a copy of both documentaries. But have no idea how to go about it now.


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