God Grew Tired of Us

God Grew Tired of Us

Director: Christopher Quinn Cast: John Bul Dau, Panther Bior, Daniel Abul Pach
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God Grew Tired of Us 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I recently watched this documentary at the West Virginia Governor's Honors Academy at Bethany College in Bethany, WV, and it changed the lives of all 181 students, as well as the 40 faculty and staff members. The day after we watched it, John Dau himself came to speak to us, have dinner with us, and touch our lives to the deepest of levels. It was by far the most eye-opening and life-enriching experience during the three-week period at the academy. John Dau and his story touched all of us so deeply that we decided to contribute to the John Dau Foundation that serves to better the living conditions in Sudan, as well as keep the clinic, opened by John Dau, in Duk, Sudan running. We raised over $1,000 for his foundation in only a few weeks, and we passed out information on him and his foundation in Pittsburg, PA before a Pirates baseball game. I just cannot say enough about this man, his journey, and his cause.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
excellent story based 0n actual subjects and very revealing as to circumstances and our cultural bias or misunderstanding of the African culture and the situation in Dardur
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film is so moving and I highly recommend it for everyone. How these men could not lose their minds after such terrible circumstances, but be even more determined to make something of their lives!
62spazz More than 1 year ago
Unbelievable story amazingly filmed in the process of new beginnings for the Lost Boys. Watched it with my children, we wept and were amazed by the story! Must see for everyone!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This documentary is what the genre is supposed to be. It opens people's eyes. It's funny at times, unbearably sad at others, but always truthful. The mens' stories make you appreciate all we have in this country - even the little things like indoor bathrooms and bags of potato chips. The viewer ends up with a huge amount of respect for the men and a new knowledge of the atrocities being commited in Sudan. The men show amazing courage and humor in the face of such a giant upheaval of their lives. The scene where one of the men was reunited with his mother was devastating. Just thinking about it brings tears to my eyes.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this film in a theater, and it was an absolutely fabulous documentary that was beautifully put together. I laughed, I cried, I smiled, I frowned, I thought... it was excellent to say the least. I recommend this film to not only every Black person, but to EVERY PERSON. I am definitely buying the DVD.