No Way to Forget

"This storyline came from a succession of events that I took part in during the late eighties/early nineties. It was at these times I would remember going over statements or conversations in my mind, looking, searching for answers that were never really forthcoming. Even now there are no answers, why young children should die in jails, why mothers cry for their children, why children should cry for their parents, uncles or aunties. This film deliberately has no end, because this story has no end. The deaths still occur, the mothers still cry, the children still ask me of their fathers and the community still ring when a death in custody occurs." - Richard Frankland

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