Aftermath: The Legacy of Suicide

Aftermath: The Legacy of Suicide

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This documentary looks at how children deal with a parent committing suicide. Meet 3 people who lost their fathers to suicide at an early age but learned the truth much later, after years of confusion, grief and guilt. In French with English subtitles.

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  • participant
    Anne-Marie Bégin
    Caroline Bégin
    Claire Bégin
    Jean-Olivier Bégin
    Ariane Lussier-Thuot
    Éléonore Lussier-Thuot
    Robert Thuot
    Sarah Villeneuve
  • *
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
  • réalisateur
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
  • directeur de la photographie
    François Vincelette
  • prise de son
    Marie-France Delagrave
  • montage image
    Sarah Bachinski
  • conception sonore
    Daniel Toussaint
  • narration
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
  • ré-enregistrement
    Serge Boivin
    Jean Paul Vialard
  • producteur
    Jacques Ménard

  • upclouds

    orlandito, I love your comment

    upclouds, 16 Jan 2013
  • krjv

    The woman who created the film, you, the film, and those who told their stories are absolutement wonderful and gorgeous. Le film était très belle.

    krjv, 13 Sep 2012
  • orlandito

    There must be a way where one can go and leave this world without pain. A way where family can forget and cope with the simple idea that some people just need to go. Suicide may take some time to plan and accept. Family is diffrent in many ways, they will need you forever. A 40 year adult might still have a crying 10 year old boy inside of him.

    orlandito, 3 Jul 2010
  • orlandito

    There must be a way where one can go and leave this world without pain. A way where family can forget and cope with the simple idea that some people just need to go. Suicide may take some time to plan and accept. Family is diffrent in many ways, they will need you forever. A 40 year adult might still have a crying 10 year old boy inside of him.

    orlandito, 3 Jul 2010
  • heejoo

    It really helped me to have a deeper understand of what kind of internal pain and struggles a person goes through when his/her parent loses life from suicide. It made me realized how important it is for a person to figure out their stories in the healing process, and how it takes a long time to heal from the pain and find ways grow to help others.

    heejoo, 7 Avr 2010