A film that is difficult to watch by nature of it's unabashed truthfullness. It dramatically provokes the viewer by placing them in the everyday lives and horrors of these socially and morally ignored children of the streets. This is a film that if given the chance to be shown widely, has the ability to change the way institutions and societies allow for such atrocities to go unrecognized in public discourse.
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