Babe, I Hate to Go
|Babe, I Hate to Go|
|Directed by||Andrew Moir|
|Produced by||Andrew Moir|
|Edited by||Graeme Ring|
|2017 (Hot Docs)|
Babe, I Hate to Go is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Andrew Moir and released in 2017. The film centres on Delroy Dunkley, a migrant worker from Jamaica who works on a farm in Southwestern Ontario to support his family, but is trying to shield them from his own diagnosis with cancer.
The film premiered at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in 2017, before being distributed primarily on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Short Docs web platform.
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