Seen through the eyes of three homeless teenagers, Verbal Communications tells their story of abuse, neglect and later lessons in love and trust.
"Verbal Communications" features the work of three extremely talented, up-and-coming young actors. Brilliantly written by Al Higgins, and performed with absolute precision by Omar Gooding, CeCe Cline and Bobby Waddington, this is a film to see. The three young actors portray homeless youth currently living on the street after running away from their parents' abusive homes. The audience could not find a more compelling group of actors. It is as though we have entered a youth homeless shelter and are flies on the wall, watching teens learn to interact with one another and tell their own painful stories. As the kids grow and learn how to trust again, we learn to love them. It is heart-wrenching and an absolutely beautiful story.
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