Crash (2003) - Watch Online. Directed by Adrian McCarthy

Genres Documentary    
Country Ireland
Language English
Runtime 52 min
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    First part of our documentary on the human impact of car crashes. Made nearly ten years ago in 2003. Meets boy racers, coroners, surgeons, ... The documentary, directed by Adrian McCarthy is far more effective than the most shocking safety ads, ...

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