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God Bless the Child (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family | 7 August 2015 (USA)
Five siblings, left on their own, spend a summer's day full of fantasy and chaos.
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Harper Graham Harper Graham ... Harper
Elias Graham Elias Graham ... Elias
Arri Graham Arri Graham ... Arri
Ezra Graham Ezra Graham ... Ezra
Jonah Graham Jonah Graham ... Jonah
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Kirstin Anderson Kirstin Anderson
Bruce Graham Bruce Graham
Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck
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Harper, the oldest sister of five, is put in a position to care for her four younger brothers. Elias the crazy, Arri the sensitive, Ezra the strong and Jonah the baby. What should just be a normal day in their lives, turns into a day of fantasy and chaos. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family

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Not Rated

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English

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7 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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Where was the father?
22 September 2015 | by grantswrite-67365See all my reviews

I was so afraid for these children. Being the mother of two boys, I can say that the situation seemed dangerous. I was glad that there was at least a camera person, hopefully an adult available. The scene where they rode their scooters down the street was frightening. I don't understand how a 13 year old girl could be expected to care for four very young boys; I consider it child neglect. The sister did the best job she could. I could not help thinking that it was bad enough while they were at home, but much too dangerous when they were out on the street. I understand that this is the dilemma for many families where the parents work, and the oldest child must care for the younger ones, but someone should have at the very least purchased some milk and prepared a meal for the children. I would think that there must have been a father somewhere, but I did not see any sign of him.


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