In the hallways of this AIDS clinic, there are many untold stories. Through Kerri's eyes, a caring and compassionate nurse, we will see a few of them. We will meet David, a nine year old ... See full summary »
In the hallways of this AIDS clinic, there are many untold stories. Through Kerri's eyes, a caring and compassionate nurse, we will see a few of them. We will meet David, a nine year old boy who holds the key to Kerri's heart and Lisa, a new patient with a dark secret. Through the good times and the bad times, DIVINE SOULS is a touching story of love and hope over adversity, and humanity at its best. Written by
During one particular scene, actress Andrea Cohen was portraying a junkie and had a real syringe in her hand. Director James McDonald gave very little direction to the actors involved because he shot most of the scene with one camera, hand held and wanted the actors to improvise the scene as it went along. During the scene, Andrea started freaking out and threatening the other actors with said syringe (as she was supposed to do) and at one point the elevator doors opened and people inside didn't know what was going on and called security. Armed security guards showed up and James had to explain that they were shooting a movie. See more »
Hi Bob. Eating ice-cream again?
Yes my dear, and you're demolishing our machine again.
I'm losing him Bob. He's only nine years old and there's nothing I can do about it.
That's not good.
[Kerri shakes her head 'no']
But today is good for me. I'm still here and, eating my ice cream.
Yeah, you take care Bob
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Forget reality TV and reality movies. Director James McDonald's Divine Souls brings you real people in real situations with real problems and real solutions. It's what real life is like, with all of the emotional elements dedicated health care workers deal with on a day-to-day basis. Nancy Chartier, Kelley West, and the late Jeffie Legend head up a terrific ensemble cast in a skillfully directed and edited film that will touch you, move you and inspire you and in more than one place, touch your heart. If you don't shed some tears by film's end, you probably don't have tear ducts. - Vincent Scuro, Southwest Orlando Bulletin
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