Some People Have to Suffer

Some People Have to Suffer

| 42 min

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This film documents a community's struggle to survive in the face of government indifference and the political and financial clout of industrial developers. In 1953 the residents of Bridgeview, British Columbia, were promised sewers; following years of debate, frustration, meetings and verbiage, construction started in 1977. The film interviews some of the residents, who state their opinions frankly both to the camera and at meetings. When the film was shown at the Habitat conference in Vancouver, 1976, press coverage noted: "The Third World is merely twenty miles from the site of Habitat."

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Some People Have to Suffer, Christopher Pinney, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Christopher Pinney
  • producteur
    Christopher Pinney
  • producteur exécutif
    Len Chatwin
    Peter Katadotis
  • caméra
    Doug McKay
    Tony Westman
    Ron Orieux
  • son
    Larry Sutton
    Richard Patton
    Ralph Parker
  • montage
    David Wilson
  • montage sonore
    Gérard Sénécal
  • narrateur
    Boyce Richardson
  • vidéo
    Christopher Pinney
    Laval Fortier