I learned of the documentary from a blog post written by Gary Friedman. Excerpt:
A new documentary about children of divorce by Ellen Bruno has just been released, and it’s terrific. I don’t know how she did it but she managed to have children just speak into the camera in a moving, honest way about their experience as children in the midst of their parents’ divorce, unfiltered by questions or interviewers’ participation. I watched this with one of my adult children and his wife, both of whom had gone through this experience decades ago, and they were both deeply affected. It is so hard for parents to not be so caught up in their own difficulties to be able to see how different their kids’ experience is than they might think. For example, what it’s like going back and forth between mother and father’s house has such a different slant to it when you watch what it’s like for the kids. We all know that co-parenting is preferable to having children raised by one parent, but the toll taken by the back and forth is so stark that it’s impossible not to look again at our deeply held assumptions about it.