Everyone agrees that juvenile crime should be taken seriously, but often experts don't know what best should be done to prevent it. A juvenile offender is a minor between 12 and 16 who practices acts punishable with a tutelary measure that aims to educate them and reintegrate them into society.
But according to the critics, most approaches fail to understand why youth are committing crimes and why 43.5% of them recidive. At the end of their sentence, young criminals are sent back out ready to go back to their previous activities.
The number of youth in educational centers has increased over 50% the past four years. Alarming!
What more can be done to understand the cause of criminality and how can we enraille the circle of violence which attracts thousands of our youths thinking crime can pay?
Fred Louradour - Director, cameraman and editor - is a talented film maker with an exceptional eye for angle.
Driven by a strong attention to detail and keen eye for the best images, Fred believes we can use media as a poignant tool to build a stress free and violence free society, showcasing the best of what the world has to offer.
Traveling over 50 countries since 2006, Fred became a very versatile and experienced cinematographer.
Catching the emotion in the mist of chaos need patience. Translating it to film without loosing its content is an art.