It's Just Better

This short documentary takes us to a farmhouse on Cape Breton Island where Shawn Peter Dwyer, age 10, lives with his mother and nine brothers and sisters. While the children’s pockets are usually empty, their lives are well filled.

Commentaires

  • Grammie

    «This film is a treasure. It truly depicts a family in rural Cape Breton coping well with little material resources but having the most important resource -- a loving home base. It would be great to see the children of this family filmed 'now' to find out how they fared in the years between the filming of the show and now. Excellent work.» — Grammie, 17 Jan 2014

  • Grammie

    «This film is a treasure. It truly depicts a family in rural Cape Breton coping well with little material resources but having the most important resource -- a loving home base. It would be great to see the children of this family filmed 'now' to find out how they fared in the years between the filming of the show and now. Excellent work.» — Grammie, 17 Jan 2014

  • VincentVanCrow

    «Would love to see a follow up story.» — VincentVanCrow, 9 Jul 2011

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Générique du film

réalisateur
Beverly Shaffer
producteur
Margaret Pettigrew
cinématographie
Kent Nason
son
Patricia Kipping
montage
Donna Read
montage sonore
Jackie Newell
ré-enregistrement
Jean-Pierre Joutel
musique
Chris Rawlings

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