A sequel to the 1966 documentary film The Things I Cannot Change, which showed a week in the lives of a poor Canadian family with a large number of children. This film explores what has happened to this family in the intervening 18 years. A useful discussion starter for education, community groups and health and social work professionals.
This film is of historical interest and reflects the cultural attitudes, medical procedures and language of the time it was made. But the issues raised are timeless.
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