Summary: This documentary follows incest victim Shirley Turcotte as she returns to the places and people of her childhood. She retraces her family's nightmare with the help of her mother, sister, and two brothers, all victims of physical or sexual abuse. She visits neighbors, her best friend, and the psychiatrist who treated her. The program reveals the deep psychic wounds inflicted on victims of incest and encourages them to break the silence as the first step to recovery
"With the influx of Vietnamese refugees to Vancouver in 1978-1980 ... encouraging breast feeding and appropriate introduction of solids thus became a priority to the Community Health Nurses at the Refugee Service Project in Vancouver ... a study was undertaken in 1981 to determine what percentage of mothers chose to breast feed and what percentage chose to bottle feed."