“Most of our public discourse about social issues is so abstract that we can easily forget that these ‘issues’ are actually people’s lives. Documentaries let the viewer engage with characters on a human level and then once they’re involved, once they’ve been moved, they often begin to think about issues in a different way.”

— Gordon Quinn

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