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Little man is the story of how a micro-preemie brought a family to its knees. Throughout his struggle for life, so struggle filmmaker, Nicole Conn and political activist Gwen Baba to keep their family from disintegrating under the unrelenting stress and chaos of hospitals, emergency medical crisis and a crushing blow to trust. Written by
Riveting, compelling, devastating, joyous, emotional, are some of the words that come to mind as I think of "Little Man" the documentary! Viewing this film has been, and will always remain, one of the most significant movie experiences of my entire life (and I see many many films). The experience was enhanced by the fact that director Nicole Conn and producer Danny Jacobsen were present during the screening at the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, and were available for a most impressive Q&A. The journey undertook by Nicole, Gwenn, Gabrielle and little man Nicholas is proof positive of the wondrous possibilities of love, hope, patience and understanding. This is a must see film for all!
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