The Guardian

The Guardian 27 Apr 2020

Scars: how our wounds make us who we are

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Scars are not just skin-deep: emotional and psychological histories lie beneath the healed wounds. In this documentary, we meet five different people whose scars forever changed how they see the world, and how the world sees them. Their scars are the result of war, self-harm, birth defects, cancer and domestic violence, and the subject of a collection of stories both extraordinary and everyday. These scars bear witness to our lived experience of love, loss, strength and overcoming the odds


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