Why do police end up killing our most vulnerable – people in mental crisis – and what can be done to change that?
Girls' Night Out tackles the prevalent and often dangerous culture of binge drinking and young women, with the eye of a reporter, the curiosity of an anthropologist, and the sometimes-wounded heart of a teenage girl. A deeply personal point-of-view film embedded in the stories of young women engaged in, and in ‘recovery' from, this toxic epidemic, Girls' Night Out offers an intimate conversation around this very serious issue and explores the all-too-ubiquitous story of what's happening to 80% of the young women at university campuses across North America with often damaging consequences.
On April 3, 2002, the Toronto Police were called in to investigate a strange smell coming from the apartment of computer salesman Michael De Bourcier. They knocked on his door and called his phone, but received no response. They were issued a warrant to investigate and gained entry to the apartment. There they discovered Michael's body - dead from what appeared to be a heart attack. At 35 years old, Michael was not the typical profile of a heart attack victim. The police took note - more investigation might be needed.
Battling domestic violence and seeking justice for it.
Christianne Boudreau is labeled the ``mother of a terrorist'' after her son is killed fighting with ISIS.
Perfect follows Canada'snational synchronized swimming team as they strive to qualify for the Rio 2016Olympic Games. Shot over the course of a year and benefiting from exclusiveaccess to the team, it reveals a world of extraordinary sacrifice anddetermination. Combining the beauty of dance with the intensity of swimming,this sport not only demands a staggering level of athleticism and artistry, italso requires that a team be physically homogenous: virtual clones of the sameideal body. As these young athletes aim for the world's podiums, they muststrive to maintain their health and self-esteem.
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