|Directed by Dina Lieberman|
|Canada, 1973 (documentary, 41 minutes, black and white, English)|
"A frank and open discussion about breast cancer, in which women who have had breast-removal surgery, or who face the prospect of it, talk freely to an interviewer about the emotional side of their experience. A surgeon comments on that aspect. The film is recommended for showing only to audiences with a legitimate interest in the subject."
-- National Film Board of Canada (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Participants:||Huguette Lacombe, Richard Mosgolose|
|Film Editing:||Rupert Glover|
|Production Company:||National Film Board of Canada / Office national du film du Canada|