"One more sunset, maybe I'd be satisfied
But then again
I know what it would do
Leave me wishing still,
For one more day with you"
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The Bridge is a 2006 documentary film by Eric Steel that tells the stories of a handful of individuals who committed suicide at the Golden Gate Bridge in 2004. The film was inspired by an article entitled "Jumpers," written by Tad Friend appearing in The New Yorker magazine in 2003.
A DVD version of the film was released by Koch Lorber Films on June 12, 2007.
The Bridge focuses on the large number of suicides that occur each year at the Golden Gate Bridge, capturing footage of the suicides and interviewing family members. Also interviewed are people who have attempted suicide at the bridge, witnesses of the suicides, and a jump survivor.
The movie was shot with multiple cameras pointed at a notorious suicide spot on the bridge during 2004. It captured 23 people as they took their final plunge, and then offers interviews with grieving families.
The soundtrack of The Bridge is composed by the British film composer Alex Heffes and is called The Shadow of the Bridge.