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Little Man (2005)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 1 September 2006 (Ireland)
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 ... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholas James Baba-Conn ...
Lily Chow ...
Herself (as Dr. Lily Chow)
Michele Hakakha ...
Herself (as Dr. Michele Hakakha)
Lisa Michele Jones ...
Herself - Friend
Gabrielle Baba-Conn ...
Kim Wendt ...
Herself - Genetics Counselor
John Williams ...
Himself - Pernatologist (as Dr. John Williams)
Deborah Krakow ...
Herself - Geneticist (as Dr. Deborah Krakow)
Jennifer Bergman ...
Herself - Friend
Jeannie Karaffa ...
Herself - Friend and Attorney
Kathy Johnson ...
Herself - Charge Nurse
Judy Ostheimer ...
Herself - Primary Nurse
Richard Krueger ...
Himself - Neonatologist
Becky Harrington ...
Herself - Primary Nurse


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 Anonymous

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what happens when you risk losing one love to save another?




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A film that will change your life.
5 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have never seen a doc like this in my life. Sheer Genius. Everyone must see this brilliantly told story. I was so moved. This film rocks your core beliefs. Nicholas reminds you how to live. With gusto and determination. I admire his more than anyone I have ever known. His family is the type of family I wish I could call my own. Please take yourself to experience the beauty of little man. God Bless Gewn and Nicole...Mommies who matter. Their life is an inspiration to anyone who ever has faced challenges that they thought impossible to overcome. Belief in the human spirit and dignity of life is what resonates most throughout this film. Normal will never viewed through my eyes in the same way. I learned many lessons while watching this film. None of which the least being that through love, humor, and determination anything is possible. I watched for 1 1/2 hours and learned this lesson quicker than in all my years. The education provided in this film, through the medical world is inspirational and terrifying at the same time. Who knew what we as a society are now capable of doing with all of our gadgets? I do not know what I would do in a situation like this but I do know that I will question, at greater length, the initial impulse that I normally would regrettably grab for. By challenging myself to realize what I have to offer, I can only hope to measure up to the mountain of love that this family lives by. Again, please see this film. It will change your life.

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