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Road to Hope (2015)

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No Parents. No Food. No Future. Stranded in Sub-Saharan Africa, orphaned by an AIDS epidemic, thousands of children are left on their own, in need of a shepherd to save them.

Director:

Mike Wargo
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tonny Agondeze Tonny Agondeze ... Himself
Jacinto Amandua Jacinto Amandua ... Jacinto Amandua
Crispus Asasira Crispus Asasira ... Himself
George Bazaire George Bazaire ... Himself
Juli McGowan Boit Juli McGowan Boit ... Herself
Torrey DeVitto ... (voice)
Shadrack Kiprono Shadrack Kiprono ... Himself
Rose Kiwanuka Rose Kiwanuka ... Herself
Stanley Lonathan Stanley Lonathan ... Himself
Christine J.D. Ondoa Christine J.D. Ondoa ... Herself
Rachel Ototo Rachel Ototo ... Herself
Zahura Posiano Zahura Posiano ... Himself
Robert Senteza Robert Senteza ... Himself
Allison Tarus Allison Tarus ... Herself
David Tarus David Tarus ... Himself
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No Parents. No Food. No Future. Stranded in Sub-Saharan Africa, orphaned by an AIDS epidemic, thousands of children are left on their own, in need of a shepherd to save them.

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" A quality report on challenging situations in Africa ". Oaxaca FilmFest

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Country:

USA | Kenya | Sudan | Uganda

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Mishawaka, Indiana, USA See more »

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Budget:

$75,000 (estimated)
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Hospice Foundation See more »
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Excellent documentary
2 June 2016 | by taelmancSee all my reviews

This is an outstanding story of the plight of children in Africa that are impacted by the death of a parent or both of their parents. It is powerful and provides a unique perspective. The rural and city landscapes shown in the film have a crisp quality. There are good color contrasts that bring out the rich hues of the African landscape. Overall production quality is superior, and this helps deliver the messaging of the film. It appears that few if any special effects were utilized to enhance the story. The stories of children and their families flow throughout the factual messages that are presented. It is a documentary about a topic that is not widely discussed, and this film brings to light the importance of the work of the Palliative Care Association of Uganda and Center for Hospice Care, its partner in the United States.


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