Attention This Contains *SPOILERS* (3rd Paragraph, Do Not Read If You Plan On Watching This Wonderful Documentary!) You Can Find Dear Zachary: on Netflix, or here on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Coois9FDui0.
"Shortly after his best friend, Dr. Andrew Bagby, was slain by jealous ex-girlfriend Dr. Shirley Turner, filmmaker Kurt Kuenne was shocked to learn that Turner was pregnant with Bagby’s unborn child. Hoping to create a film that would serve as both a memorial to Bagby and an introduction to the father the boy would never know…" - Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Although I have lived, my whole life in The Untied States, and my only views of Canada are from the lovely people of the internet, and the lovely people, some I call friends, some I see on stage or television who are from Canada. I have decided that Canadiens are too damn nice. Some may take this as a compliment, and to some it should be just that, but as I type this with rage and pain of things I have witnessed, and will soon mention. I say this as nothing more than a cruel opinion on the Canadian government.
Specifically pertaining to the case of the Bagby family against Shirley the cruel bitch who walked free in Canada with the blood of a man who didn’t love her, and soon the blood of her son, who couldn’t get far enough away from her, due to Canadian government, for not recognizing the evil bitch his mother really was.
I don’t think that this one thing changes my perception on Canada and some of the lovely people that call Canada their home, but this definitely changes my views on the mindlessness that was set to a case that could have entirly been ended much sooner, and could have ended with a lot less heartbreak, sadness, grief, and pain that this case, situation, event, etc. caused not only for the Bagby family, friends of Andrew, Kate, and David Bagby, but as well as the people who have come across the wonderful documentary titled:
Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father
I’d like to apologize to Canada, and Canadians in whole, I think you are wonderful people, and out of rage, and pain I jumped to conclusion that this one situation pertained to Canada and all of its people in whole. After breathing, something I have not done much of since watching this documentary a few twenty minuets ago, I have come to conclusion that my judging and prejudice of Canada, was wrong, for this one horrid incident does not name Canada as whole, but merely one person who has created a bad name for Canada which is still shadows by good, nice and welcoming things.