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Nothing short of amazing.
21 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie, undoubtedly, WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. It is imperative that everyone sees this. It is heart warming and wrenching simultaneously. Nothing compares to the documentation of real life. The faces of the children and the cold truth of what is really going on in the world evokes a sense of wanting to change the world in any way possible. The scene that talks some about the politics behind the war is the most moving scene I have ever witnessed in a movie. Regardless of how many times I have seen this movie (which is well over 20) I am awaken every single time. If this doesn't inspire you to help out in the world, God only knows what will.


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