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Mourning Son (2015)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 1 December 2015 (USA)
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Dave Navarro is a trauma survivor of the highest order. When Dave was only 15 years old his mother was brutally murdered by her estranged ex-boyfriend. For 8 long years Dave's mother's ... See full summary »

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Todd Newman
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Constance Navarro ... Herself
Dave Navarro ... Himself
Todd Newman Todd Newman ... Himself
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Dan Navarro ... Himself
Johnny Navarro Johnny Navarro ... Himself
Jeordie White Jeordie White ... Himself
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Dave Navarro is a trauma survivor of the highest order. When Dave was only 15 years old his mother was brutally murdered by her estranged ex-boyfriend. For 8 long years Dave's mother's killer eluded capture while Dave dealt with his deepest, darkest fears through drugs, art and escapism. In a heartbreaking, inspirational journey, Dave confronts the events that changed his life forever. Through revelations from friends and family, to the cold hard facts from police and FBI agents, Dave attempts to come to terms with his mother's senseless murder and the horrific realities of domestic violence. Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes the only way around fear is to walk right through it.

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Exit/Shine
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Written by The Black Angels, Christian Bland, Alex Maas Stephanie Bailey, 'Kyle Hunt' and 'Nate Ryan'
Performed by The Black Angels
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Loving Son
2 April 2018 | by The_Boxing_CatSee all my reviews

I think his mom would be extremely proud of him. Certainly because of what he has accomplished with, and through his music, but mostly because he has faced his demons with drug abuse and came out on the other side. To let addiction take his future, would allow his mother's murderer win by killing the thing she loved most.

I'm not into heavy music, but have gained a new perspective. I admire this young man for standing up for what he believes in. He has taken back his power and now is on a different path. Now he's involved in helping bring awareness to domestic abuse and stays connected with his family.

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