No Quick Fix

Subject: 
Street kids - drug addiction
Minutes Long: 
51

Young addicts and their parents speak out. How can a family accept that a beloved son and brother are serving time for drug-related theft?  How does a mother live with the fact that her bright young daughter is prostituting herself to feed and addiction.  Young director Andree Cazabon accompanies two mothers who are consumed with anxiety and guilt, and overwhelmed by their battle to find and save their children.  The film reveals the confusion and despair of parents who find themselves up against the frightening addictions of their children, just as Cazabon’s parents were once tormented by their daughter’s choices.  (Cazabon’s own story can be seen on film “Letters to a Street Child”).

Produced By: 
National Film Board
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