Breaking Bones, Breaking Barriers
Breaking Bones, Breaking Barriers explores the history of stunts in the movies, from the early days, through the Civil Rights era and the fight for inclusion of minority and women stunt performers, up to the present day, only to discover that the stunt industry is still marred by race and gender discrimination. This history is known only to those who lived through it, or like producer Nonie Robinson, who have a parent or grandparent who performed the most dangerous stunts under less than ideal safety conditions, and survived to tell someone about it.
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