This is an HBO documentary that talks about the stories of five American children who ended up dead because of handguns that were just too easy for people to get their hands on. They interviewed the families of these kids, talking about what had happened the day that they died and how it could have been prevented. It was really sad watching them talk about these events, and they also showed statistics, like how in 1994, 3,600 children lost their lives to handguns.
According to my research, guns still kill 1,300 children each year, so even twenty-two years later, we still have a problem on our hands. I just hope that eventually we can get to a point where people dying from guns is not a very regular occurrence in this country. We need to do something about this.