Amaamak (Mothers) (2009) - Watch Online. Directed by Stephanie Weimar

Genres Biography     Documentary     Drama    
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Country Canada
Language English
Runtime 48 min
Plot Teenage pregnancy rates in Canada's Arctic are four times higher than in the rest of the country. Inuit women have always had their children at a young age but since traditional support systems have largely faded away, young mothers face a new set of challenges. Jessica, Gina and Erica have had their fair share of alcoholism and family violence but they are fiercely determined to keep their children far out of harm's way and take on life with courage, love and a lot of good humor.... search for Amaamak (Mothers) on IMDb

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    Directed by Stephanie Weimar. Teenage pregnancy rates in Canada's Arctic are four times higher than in the rest of the country. Inuit women have always had their children at a young age but since traditional support ...

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