The Guardian

The Guardian 17 Jan 2020

A Childhood on Fire - breaking the cycle of childhood trauma


When Nick Hurndon was six years old, he and his two older brothers were set on fire by their white stepfather in their San Francisco home. Now in his early 40s, Nick is a retired Marine and is raising two sons that are about the same age he was when he was set ablaze. This is a film about father figures, the effects of abuse and how one man is interrupting a cycle of violence so that his two boys thrive.

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