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Bunso: The Youngest (2005)

A documentary that explores injustice, neglect and perpetual helplessness.

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A documentary that explores injustice, neglect and perpetual helplessness.

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more than just your typical documentary
3 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

i'm a student at Diliman Prep School...one of the fortunate schools where this documentary was shown...and it exceeded my expectations...i just thought it was like the conventional, investigatory type of thing...yet, it turned out to be a moving narrative of real events...being an adolescent, I cannot deny the fact that I can relate to their misfortunes...'Bunso' is a wake-up call for all of us to cater to the needs of children...we have so many to blame...but so few to mend the wounds...I would like to congratulate mam ditsi...she really deserves to be an outstanding director...she embodies what we lack now in society...people who care...


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