Nursery Crimes will be a film that examines the root cause of sociopathic and violent behavior in our society. We don't just go to the prisons or gun manufacturers, we go directly to the heart of the problem - the children who were trained to hate.
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In April of 2012, Emmy-award winning filmmaker, Amardeep Kaleka, and his team at Neverending Light Productions (NEL) began developing a documentary film entitled Nursery Crimes.
They noticed that developmental factors in our society are leading us to be one of the most criminally violent nations in the world. At the time, a rash of school shootings, hate crimes and other senseless acts of violence were sweeping the nation.
NEL sensed this was a critical time to shed light on the roots of violent, sociopathic behavior in America. The nation, stirring with hatred, was ripe for another violent outburst.
Our society is at a critical juncture. We are descending quickly into an archaic world, losing the social instincts that are necessary for survival.
But with schools starved for resources and mass media exploiting violence and cultural divide, it's hard for families, teachers and commuities to tackle this problem.
It's also difficult to make a film that questions the kind of content upon which Hollywood thrives.
Thus, Amardeep and his team at NEL are asking for your help in producing this film. Please consider making a contribution. In appreciation of your support, we are offering incentives that not only make you part of this film, but also can help you spread this movement to your own schools and communities.
Even if you can't support us financially, please do your part to spread the word to everyone you know. This is a problem that affects all of us in America - and one we cannot ignore any longer.
Mainstream media uses violence as a tool to create an audience.
But with your help, we can use an audience as a tool to create peace...