Steel Will - Page 2

An interview with the director of controversial Golden Gate suicide doc The Bridge
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At the same time, I recognize that the barrier's really the final moment where you can make a difference. The lives stretch back in time, and there are all sorts of moments where people could have intervened. If we had a better health care system, better mental health services, we wouldn't be in the same position. The burden is on the bridge to put up a barrier, but it's also on all of us to take more responsibility for the people who need our help. (Cheryl Eddy)
THE BRIDGE
Opens Fri/27 in Bay Area theaters
See Movie Clock at www.sfbg.com
www.thebridge-themovie.com

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