[New York] : Home Box Office : HBO Home Entertainment, c2011
1 videodisc (ca. 100 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inLanguage:
Subtitle on container: Could anyone see it coming?
Originally produced in 2011
"This disc is expected to play back in DVD video "play only" devices, and may not play in other DVD devices, including recorders and PC drives"--Container
"This program contains graphic images from an accident scene that may be disturbing to some viewers."
"On the afternoon of July 26, 2009, Diane Schuler drove the wrong way on the Taconic State Parkway in New York for nearly two miles, eventually smashing into an SUV and killing herself, her daughter, three nieces, and all three people in the other car. Only her five-year-old son survived. Diane's autopsy revealed that she had consumed the equivalent of 10 shots of vodka and had smoked marijuana shortly before the accident. Yet by all accounts, Diane had no history of substance abuse or psychological problems, and was generally known to be a loving and stable wife and mother. ... Was Diane Schuler the monster the public made her out to be? Or was she the perfect wife and mother that so many who knew her said she was? This documentary searches for answers to an enduring and disturbing tragedy"--Container
DVD, DVD-R format; aspect ratio 16:9; English 2.0
Related Searches: Schuler, DianeWrong-way driving -- New York (State) -- Westchester CountyHead-on collisions -- New York (State) -- Westchester CountyTraffic fatalities -- New York (State) -- Westchester CountyBiographical filmsDocumentary filmsNonfiction filmsFeature filmsDVDAdded--201201 advd
Additional Credits: Garbus, LizGaither, JulieZalben, JonathanHBO Documentary FilmsHome Box Office (Firm)HBO Home Entertainment (Firm)Moxie Firecracker Films, Inc
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