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This story of a little boy, abandoned, left alone is hard to watch.
The ups and downs of humane actions on his behalf drives the plot. We think he is saved, but he is not. We feel inspired, then not. The flip flop of emotion is constant. So is the persistence of this little boy. He just never gives up!
I feel inspired by the boy. If you get your kids to watch this, they'd probably learn a lot, but with the subtitles and small amount of English language its probably hard for kids to watch.
One thing that is somewhat hard to believe, is the folks driving the boy all over the country at all hours. I find it inspiring, but unbelievable.
The real conditions of the world are shown. The shack, the apartments, and all.
I also found it very interesting how the grandma got custody to take care of the boy gathering a pension of sorts for it. Unbelievable!
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