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Our Brother James| 52mins
Director: Jessica Douglas Henry | Producer: MaryEllen Mullane
Focus Years: 2001 | Country: Australia
Subject Tags: australia, global, healing, oceania, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
James Dalmann killed himself when he was twenty. In this very personal film, the director returns to Geraldton, Western Australia with her sister Alix to document the impact of her brother's death. Although this film is about James it is also Alix's story. It's about the people left behind whose lives have been changed forever by the suicide of someone they loved. Retelling the story is one way to reconcile the loss. It's a difficult but necessary journey, and in the end, a life affirming one.

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