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The Guardians Trailer (2018)

Trailer for the documentary The Guardians.

When Rudy and Rennie North retired in Las Vegas, the couple looked forward to their golden years in their own home. They didn't expect a state-appointed guardian to control their life savings and separate them from their daughter. Kidnapped from their home and drugged, they immediately lost their freedom to a stranger. Director Billie Mintz exposes a shockingly corrupt system, fueled by greed, that has targeted Baby Boomer wealth. His relentless investigation makes him an advocate and ally, following numerous families who are fighting to free their parents and bring justice to those who have abused a vulnerable population. Untangling a web of deceit, it becomes clear there are many more whose voices have been silenced. As an unprecedented portion of the population are about to become senior citizens, the perils of government programs meant to care for the elderly are brought into sharp focus in this unsettling cautionary tale.

The Guardians Trailer (2018)

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Duration
1 min 30 sec

Views
1,320

Posted On
May 01, 2018
Director
Billie Mintz

Writer
Unknown or Not Available

Studio
Independent

Release
April 6, 2018
Cast
Unknown or Not Available
Trailer Tracks
No Music Available
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