J’aurais donc dû, docteur!, strikes us by showing us people just like you and me who should have run to the doctor right when the first symptoms came out, before the situation got out of hand…
All the cases seen in this documentary uncover a moving experience. Every protagonist tells his story: from what triggered the situation to the evolution of the illness, from the escalation of the problem to its final stage and its disastrous consequences.
Testimonies from the victims and close family and friends are supported by personal video clips and photos. Emotions are everywhere. Expressive scenes carefully support the evolution of the symptoms, from complications and dramatic escalating tension of the story up to its peak.
For each case, a medical specialist will contribute to our comprehension with his/her testimony. Moving, dynamic testimonies that are visually and graphically supported and that help better understand what happened in our character’s body.
J’aurais donc dû, docteur!, presents devastating stories. After the initial shock comes awareness to the importance of remaining vigilant because behind each of these stories is a human tragedy that could have been avoided. The viewers will be holding their breaths up until conclusion. Stories that are visually striking, touching, unforgivable.
Founded in 1987 by Jacquelin Bouchard, Pixcom has rapidly developed in audiovisual and digital production, dubbing and post-production. Leading a devoted crew boasting local talents, the dynamic management team is composed of president Nicola Merola, Sylvie Desrochers, Vice-President, Finance and Administration, as well as actor and TV host Charles Lafortune, Vice-President, Content and Creation.
Connected to local creators and talents, in addition to relying on a permanent team of nearly 50 people, the company hires more than 2,000 freelancers each year (artists, technicians, production teams) to meet the needs of its clients.