MDFF: Memories That Make Us / My Fight

MEMORIES THAT MAKE US is a poetic, ethnographic documentary that draws on the individual and collective memories of ordinary Italian migrants who made Victoria, Australia their home after the end of the second world war

Screening with Film ‘MY FIGHT’ (1hr 2m): My Fight " is a documentary about the journey and battle of Mitchell Bath, a young Australian who became addicted to one of the most dangerous drugs in the world today. Growing up, Mitch struggled fitting in with his peers and this insecurity left him open to be bullied at school. During this struggle he fell into the wrong crowd. he sought acceptance in the company of newfound friends who offered him an escape from his everyday struggle. This led him down the path experimenting with drugs, eventually becoming addicted to one of the most dangerous drugs in the world.
This documentary involves heart breaking interviews with Mitch, his devoted father, his boxing coach, and the CEO of the mental health rehabilitation institution.

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Event: Special event screening, complimentary & discount tickets do not apply
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Rating E
Genre Documentary
Running Time 132
Language
New & Noteworthy
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