Acclaimed composer tells of sexual abuse in short film

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Acclaimed composer tells of sexual abuse in short film

A new film about a dying man, who revisits his youth, examining the impact of childhood sexual abuse, has had its UK premiere in London.

'A Boy, A Man, A Kite' is based on the true life events, of the grammy nominated film composer Stephen Endelman.

He faced several years of abuse while at boarding school and has waived his right to anonymity to tell the story.

Stephen spoke to London Live with the film's producer, Ajay Nayyar.

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