Hollow Water

Subject: 
Recovery - community
Minutes Long: 
44

Hollow Water is a tiny Ojibway village, home to 450 people –many of them victims of sexual abuse. The offenders have left a legacy of pain and denial, addiction and suicide. This video documents the moving journey of one family torn apart by years of abuse, which struggles to confront their past. This is a powerful tribute to one community’s ability to heal and change.

Produced By: 
National Film Board
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