Gone At Dawn


the stillbirth documentary

A stillbirth occurs every 20 minutes.

"If you lost your spouse, no one would DARE say ... well you can always have another one."

GONE AT DAWN   is a documentary about families who have spent nine months preparing for a birth, only to result in a funeral. The unexpected tragedy of a stillbirth haunts these families for years, yet they are forced to keep their pain to themselves because society has labeled this issue as taboo.

This film exposes the mindset this tragedy takes on those families, and how it changes life as they knew it.