"The Least We Can Do" chronicles the journey of a small group of women in British Columbia, Canada, who are relieved when the Canadian Government votes to bring Yazidi women and girls to Canada as refugees and provide them with comprehensive trauma care for their ‘unimaginable suffering’.
The women are horrified to later discover that the government has not followed through on all its promises. The Yazidi were brought to Canada and then neglected. Trauma services are inadequate, unplanned, and failing. As the group urges the government to keep its promise, they encounter unexpected support along the way.
"The Least We Can Do" screens at The Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival Sunday, March 27 at 11:30 am/PST
For tickets visit: https://www.stellartickets.com/o/alliance-of-women-filmmakers/events/the-least-we-can-do/occurrences/4ed1b7bd-e5a5-4e80-8d95-39a5de5afd46
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