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|Jennifer Steinman||Director, Editor, Producer|
|Rachael Campbell||Associate Producer|
|Pamela Hamel||Associate Producer|
|George Hamel||Associate Producer|
|Eric Holland||Score Composer|
Posted June 20, 2013
If you think this movie is about a white person making a film about Africa, well I am sorry but you miss the point! This movie is about women who lost a child and who are offered this great opportunity to fully grieve and find ways to use their grief for something good.
Their adventure happens to be in Africa but really it could have been anywhere. If you've lost a child, or someone close, this is a great documentary to watch. You are not alone and there are ways to survive and perhaps even strive through such a horrific thing.
If you are not a "survivor", you are invited to see what it is like on the inside. These women are incredibly courageous for having the guts to share with us their stories. I love this documentary because I am a nurse who had to hold a lot of grieving parents' hands. It brought me closer to understand these parents through their loss.
Posted October 1, 2010
Yet another white person making a film about Africa. Very clique way of trying to get the audience to feel connected to these woman. And while you feel sad at their lost it is not because of good film making. It is more because what else can you do sitting through this "yet another pity story about African people".
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