Allan King’s 1967 documentary Warrendale is recognized as a groundbreaking documentary about a Toronto group home for “emotionally disturbed” kids. Andrew Moir looks into the lasting impact of the film on its subjects’ lives. You can watch the whole movie online.
Jennifer Goodhue is a comedian in Toronto. She’s a writer for Baroness Von Sketch Show.
Contributors: Liam Gareau
Songs on this episode:
“When You’re a Kid and You’re Scared” by Kite Hill from the album Rest & Run.
“One More” by Weaves from their self-titled album. Side Note: Morgan Waters plays guitar in the band.
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