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This video deals with the issue and question of whether guilt is a good thing to motivate and have self discipline. You might think that without guilt you might not do certain things or be disciplined. Guruka Singh shares a nice perspective in terms of relating to discipline and a daily practice. I used to be one of the "yo-yos" (going up and down in my practice) but now take the slow and steady, building over time approach. Anyways, hope you enjoy.
As usual, this film was shot in HD video (High Definition) Widescreen and Blu-Ray with Dolby Digital audio. Made-for-television movies are distributed in 4:3 (small screen). Without commercial breaks, the full movie A Question of Guilt has a duration of 104 minutes; the official trailer can be streamed on the Internet. You can watch this full movie free with English subtitles on movie television channels, renting the DVD or with VoD services (Video On Demand player, Hulu) and PPV (Pay Per View, Netflix).
You may be asking what I am on about but a huge part of "A Question of Guilt" is how the opinions of Doris's neighbours end up being played out in the media and in doing so influencing public opinion. We see how their dislike of Doris for being attractive, sexy and working as a lingerie model as well as her various boyfriends leads to people not only thinking she was a selfish, irresponsible mother but also giving her motive to remove the children from her life who might have become a burden to her lifestyle. Because of this "A Question of Guilt" comes across as a very different sort of TV movie and one which is so much more interesting than your regular sort.