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Keep Me Safe Tonight

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Having said that, I (Megan) would like to point you in the direction of a pozible project.  There is a film trying to get made about the truth of how widely suicide affects Australians. You can find all the information you need on the pozible project page HERE.

Here is a bit of what they have to say:

“Every ten minutes, someone in Australia attempts to take their own life, and the effects of each attempt are traumatic and far reaching. In KEEP ME SAFE TONIGHT, three Australians take us to the heart of the tragedy. A young man who had once attempted suicide candidly recounts his journey to the brink and back while a telephone crisis counsellor must find the right words to convince another person to live. As lives hang in the balance, a suicide bereavement counsellor helps to pick up the pieces for the families of those who don’t make it back. Unfolding over the course of a day, the three extraordinary stories reveal the startling reality of this national tragedy. Honest, raw and unafraid, KEEP ME SAFE TONIGHT asks the big question: what can society do keep each other safe?”

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