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Takes a sharp but disarming approach in examining the romance of gambling, and reveals the decidedly unromantic reality.

Added 08/14/2018

Icarus Films 2001 71.0 minutes 7-12, College, Adult

When Parents Can't Fix It

Looks at the stresses and rewards in the lives of five families who are raising children with disabilities. A realistic look at different family strengths and coping styles.

Added 08/08/2018

The Fanlight Collection 1997 58.0 minutes College/Adult/Professional

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