A Love That Kills

A Love That Kills

A Love That Kills is a powerful documentary that tells the tragic story of Monica, a nineteen-year-old woman who was murdered by her former boyfriend. Monica's mother speaks passionately throughout the video, bravely telling viewers about her daughter's life and tragic death. She describes the helplessness she felt watching the emotional and economic abuse. She later discovered that physical battering was also part of the violence that Monica endured. In a parallel conversation, young people list the symptoms of partner abuse from male and female points of view. A Love That Kills helps to identify the warning signs of partner abuse, especially in young people, and the damage it causes emotionally and physically.

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Credits
  • cast
    Leanne Buchanan
    Justen Harcourt
    Judy MacPhail
    Crystal Lowe
    Elena Nep
    John Hawkes
    Crystal Bublé
    Winston Brown
  • director
    Annie O'Donoghue
  • writer
    Sharon Gibbon
  • producer
    Jack McGaw
    George Johnson
  • associate producer
    Shelley McGaw
  • line producer
    Nathan Neumer
  • consultant
    Dawna Speers
  • photography
    Doug Sjoquist
    Todd Craddock
    Lester Lightstone
  • sound recordist
    Eric Harwood Davies
    Lisa Kolisnyk
  • editor
    Deane Bennett
  • assistant editor
    Erin Cebula
    James MacLeod
  • composer
    John Sereda
  • assistant to the producer
    Lynn Fuhr
  • art director
    Melanie Devoy
  • assistant director
    Stephen Paniccia
    Crystal Pei
  • camera assistant
    Kathie Rousseau
  • grip
    Curt Galindo
  • set dresser
    Kirby Krilow
  • makeup
    Pauline Walsh
  • wardrobe
    Pauline Walsh
  • dog wrangler
    Ashley Ranger
  • post-production facilities
    Fiddler Productions Inc.
  • executive producer
    Svend-Erik Eriksen