In My Mother's Arms follows several children who live and study in the same room of a small rented house. These are forgotten children whose parents have been killed or kidnapped. They have...
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In My Mother's Arms follows several children who live and study in the same room of a small rented house. These are forgotten children whose parents have been killed or kidnapped. They have no one to support them but Husham, a student who works tirelessly to protect them from the dangers of the streets of Baghdad. The landlord demands they vacate his house and now the only sanctuary these children have ever known is about to be lost. The film was shot in 2010: the future of the orphanage has yet to be resolved. Written by
This movie focuses on a small band of young children left homeless by war and the man that does everything in his power to save them from life on the street. He, by the way, could use our help to support these children. The documentary shows the life these children have been left to endure alone, many with psychological problems due to witnessing the death of family members and/or being involved in the same road side bomb incident that took their parents and a left them alive to cope with life alone. One amazing man decides to do something to help these young children. But finding food and clothing and housing is a daily challenge which the local government is unwilling to deal with. Put yourself into the small shoes of these kids and you will find yourself thinking of them day and night.
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