Child Contact Centres are a safe, neutral place where fathers (or indeed mothers, grandparents or siblings) can forge or maintain a relationship with their children, until relations with the other parent improves and they are able to continue contact without the centre’s help.
This powerful and intimate film explores the breakdown of a marriage and shows the lengths to which a parent will go to see their kids, the impact of this situation on the children, and the motivations and anxieties that have led mums ands dads to this most specific of locations.
A Century Films production for BBC Four
1 x 60 minutesComposerDuncan GlassonAssistant ProducerRachel TierneyExecutive ProducerLiesel EvansEditorStuart BriggsFilmed & directed byBrian Hill
"Engrossing account of the wreckage of a marriage."The Independent