Little Brother Creates Emotional Anti-Suicide Film 6:03

Eric Raymond Lim's sister, Tanya, committed suicide last June. She left him money to make a film so he decided to "bring creation from destruction." Check out this emotional short called "The Forge" that aims to provide a strong anti-suicide message. The short includes a storyline of a man battling his inner demons in order to make it through life's tough moments. The video also includes snippets of home video footage showing Eric and his sister when they were kids. Show it to anyone you care about who you feel may be having suicidal thoughts. For more information, visit the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention

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