Last chance for Eden is a documentary about nine women and men who spend two weekends together talking about racism. On camera for 24 hours, they struggle to find a way to understand each others’ differences. Part Three focuses on the biographies of the cast members as they struggle to understand what happened to them in their families and, eventually, their journey toward finding healthy lives as adults. (2003, 78 minutes)
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