An average of three children die each week at their hands of their parents, but in many cases the police cannot prosecute. The NSPCC are concerned about this situation. One case is followed as an example, where the father is responsible for the death of his child but no case can be brought.
This film is of historical interest and reflects the cultural attitudes of the country in which it was made, and language of the time it was made. But the issues raised are timeless.
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