Suicide Film Renews Calls For Golden Gate Bridge Barriers : News Photo

Suicide Film Renews Calls For Golden Gate Bridge Barriers

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SAN FRANCISCO - JANUARY 27: The San Francisco skyline is seen behind the north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge January 27, 2005 in San Francisco. A controversial film made by moviemaker Eric Steel documenting people committing suicide off of the Golden Gate Bridge has opened a debate about why there isn't a suicide barrier on the famous landmark. Over 1,300 people have jumped to their death from the span since the bridge opened in 1937. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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SAN FRANCISCO - JANUARY 27: The San Francisco skyline is seen behind the north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge January 27, 2005 in San Francisco. A controversial film made by moviemaker Eric Steel documenting people committing suicide off of the Golden Gate Bridge has opened a debate about why there isn't a suicide barrier on the famous landmark. Over 1,300 people have jumped to their death from the span since the bridge opened in 1937. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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The San Francisco skyline is seen behind the north tower of the... News Photo 52071575Boundary,Bridge,California,Gate,Gold,Golden Gate Bridge,Human Interest,North,San Francisco - California,Skyline,Suicide,Tower,USAPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2005 Getty ImagesSAN FRANCISCO - JANUARY 27: The San Francisco skyline is seen behind the north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge January 27, 2005 in San Francisco. A controversial film made by moviemaker Eric Steel documenting people committing suicide off of the Golden Gate Bridge has opened a debate about why there isn't a suicide barrier on the famous landmark. Over 1,300 people have jumped to their death from the span since the bridge opened in 1937. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)