Do I Have to Kill My Child? Trailer

Do I Have to Kill My Child? Trailer (1976)

20 December 1976 53 mins

A disturbing drama about a young mother who physically abuses her baby. Feeling overwhelmed and aware that she's not coping after the birth of her third child, she sends desperate cries for help. But her mother, husband, neighbour and clinic sister do not recognise the seriousness of the situation until the baby ends up in hospital with a fractured skull. A heart-wrenching film that illustrates the experiences of many women who suffer from post-natal depression.

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Australia 20 December 1976

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