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This movie was one that pulled at your heart-strings. Yes, I had my kids watch it with me. Kids have a way of seeing things that adults don’t normally pick up on because we’re quick to form our own opinions about the situations long before we have all the facts.
This movie does a good job of giving the details of the life of the orphans in India. The men involved definitely did a fantastic job of making you feel like you were a part of the event with them. The children have had to suffer a great deal. I like that they are doing what they can to get the facts out there so that we can possibly help them.
The kids in the Mother India movie have had to go to extremes to survive this lifestyle. This movie doesn’t leave anything out. They give us the honest truth of how they live, and they even go through it with the kids while they are there.
This movie will pull at your heart-strings. It will make you realize how blessed you are. However, it will also make you want to dig into your pockets to find a way to help them.
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