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We live in a world where the signs of male meltdown are everywhere. Millions of men have lost not only their livelihood, but also their identity and sense of purpose. The End of Men is a film about the extinction of a way of life, a set of values – and a kind of man.
The film starts with a simple premise: men are struggling, and a lot of them are completely lost – to drugs and alcohol, anger and aggression, pornography, depression – and silence.
The End of Men takes a very timely look at the reality of men and boys adrift on a sea of change, and what the world needs to do to save them.
Original broadcaster: CBC
- Nomination: Yorkton Short Film Festival Golden Sheaf Awards — Documentary Social/Political
- Nomination: Yorkton Short Film Festival Golden Sheaf Awards — Best Director (Non-Fiction)