Zero Weeks

Movie review by Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media
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age 13+

Inspiring docu advocates for legislation to help families.

NR 2018 87 minutes

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age 15+

A riveting look into a national crisis

This is a great film for families. I never realized the impact paid leave can have on kids recovering from an illness or injury - or a parent who might have a surgery or accident. I always associated it with parental leave and maternity leave. I watched the film with my 14-year-old daughter and she was glued to the screen - it was a reality call regarding how hard it is for parents to juggle life, work, family. I don't think my kids have truly understood how difficult things can be and it was an eye opener for me and my wife and my daughter.

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