12 Weeks by Marc-Andre Girard

A woman suffers a miscarriage in the bathroom of a mall, then bids farewell to an unborn family member.

Filmmaker Marc-Andre Girard tells the story of Lily, a pregnant mom who goes to the mall with her husband and 6-year-old daughter.

As she sits in the bathroom, another woman talks on the phone, complaining about the trivial problems of her life.

Suddenly, Lily realizes she’s suffered a miscarriage.

When her husband and daughter arrive, she’s a mess. But slowly, as a family, they pull together and cope with the tragedy and bid farewell to an unborn member of the family.

“12 Weeks” is a very personal story for Girard, having lived through two miscarriages.

“I can say that these are really painful events for a couple trying to make up a small family,” he added. “It was after the birth of my daughter that I decided to write 12 Weeks and broach the subject.”




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