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Film: Mother’s Wish at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver


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Dates: Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015
Location: Kay Meek Centre - 1700 Mathers Avenue, West Vancouver, BC
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Mother’s Wish is a documentary film that gathers together stories from women in different parts of the world. The narrators of the stories form an unbroken chain around the globe. The stories are connected by the theme of motherhood: the presence or absence of a mother has been a decisive factor in the fates of our main characters.

Told together, the women’s narratives form a poetic and intense film of motherhood and love: of the moment after first childbirth, of a mother’s pride on her daughter’s first school day, but also of the effects of tragic events, such as the emotional scars left by sexual abuse, or breaking free from forced marriage – but above all the stories speak of survival: The women have struggled through life against incredible odds. They give the viewer hope of a better tomorrow.

The central themes of the films are motherhood and love. The mothers’ wishes are universal ideals of a better world – one which we would want to leave our own children. Women around the world were interviewed for the film’s script, which has shaped the fifteen scenes on mothers’ universal wishes and fears. The film deals with these ideas through personal stories, transforming the personal into political, socially critical debate.

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