2015, 16:30 minutes, colour, English
Without Words speaks to the collective experience of trauma and hope regardless of cultural identity, it is a story about two survivors, one of the Holocaust and the other a survivor of the Canadian Residential school system who cross paths at a city park in Northern Ontario. Their stories of resilience, survival and hope interweave sparking the journey of healing to commence.
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