Turning Point (2009 documentary film)

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Turning Point
Directed by Richard Stanley
Starring Michelle Yeoh
Theme music composer Audio Network
Country of origin International
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Matt Stanley
Richard Stanley
Saul Billingsley
Cinematography Nigel Meakin
Kerry Meyer
Editor(s) Matt Stanley
Running time 48 minutes
Original release
  • May 2, 2009 (2009-05-02)

Turning Point (alternative title "Dying To Go To School"[1]) is a 2009 documentary film by Richard Stanley Productions and the FIA Foundation for the Automobile and Society.[2]

The documentary features Michelle Yeoh ("Global Ambassador for the Make Roads Safe campaign") while she "advocates for road injury to be recognised as a global public health and development priority".[3]

It can be regarded as a result of her according journeys.[4]

The documentary follows her to South Africa, Malaysia, Vietnam and other countries.[5]


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