Turning Point (2009 documentary film)
|Directed by||Richard Stanley|
|Theme music composer||Audio Network|
|Country of origin||International|
|Running time||48 minutes|
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".
It can be regarded as a result of her according journeys.
- "'Turning Point' (the BBC version is titled 'Dying To Go To School') charts the film star's journey of discovery as she learns the true scale of the hidden epidemic of road traffic injuries in developing countries". Retrieved 2011-12-16.
- "the new global road safety documentary featuring Make Roads Safe campaign ambassador Michelle Yeoh". Retrieved 2011-12-16.
- "In her role as Global Ambassador for the Make Roads Safe campaign, she advocates for road injury to be recognised as a global public health and development priority.". Retrieved 2011-12-16.
- ""Turning Point - a Journey on the World's Killer Roads," was filmed as the result of a year spent travelling around the globe for the road safety project". Retrieved 2011-12-16.
- "Michelle Yeoh goes to South Africa, Malaysia, Vietnam and other countries highlighting the impact of deaths on some of the world's roads". Retrieved 2011-12-16.
- The film wholly available to be watched on its Official Homepage
- Chinese toddler left for dead in hit-and-run crash dies
- on YouTube
- Make Roads Safe Official Homepage
|This article about a documentary film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|