Narrated by a young journalist from India, Child of Nature follows five stories of children from Kenya, Philippines, Syria, Canada and Germany who against all odds are transforming their lives and their communities.
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The world can be a very difficult place, especially for children. They are the greatest victims of war, poverty, hunger and abuse. Yet they are resilient and many of them are transforming their stories into a new beginning. Captured over the course of 3 years, Child of Nature follows five stories of children from Kenya, Philippines, Syria, Canada and Germany who against all odds are transforming their lives and their communities. Stories of courage, hope and generosity that will both amaze the mind and touch the heart.Written by
Child of Nature
I'm not big on the so-called activist films because these are politically driven in some ways. But this can't be said about Children of Nature. This is a pure passion and as real as it can be.
No, it has nothing to do with John Lennon's song- Children of Nature.
Neither is one of those recent 'music inspired' stories that you've been watching lately. So yes, It's beyond that. Beyond all your imagination. Child of Nature is an incredible Oscar-worthy documentary. I believe at this moment only Netflix's got a strong heart muscle to pump into the world so everyone can see this ray of light that the universe conspired to show through the visionary filmmaker Marcos Negrão, a Brazilian director, who already is honored with over 30 International awards and has been working with partners like Discovery Channel, ARTE, RAI, RTP, ABC, and many others.
Child of Nature is an enlightening, highly motivating and awe-inspiring documentary that unfolds real-life stories of where our humanity is heading. No, we are not heading to the doomsday as many of the so-called 'privileged and entitled individuals' hopelessly project it. No, this ain't even political.
This is a story about angels walking the earth because God is tired to see how rotten humans have become. And for this reason, the universe is using these gentle souls to become the leaders we ever hoped and wished for. And again, No, they are not graduates from the most prestigious schools or dropouts from the prestigious schools, as I mentioned, they are our guardian angels who have taken the flesh and spirit to lead us into hope. They are children. Children from all around the world uniting with one voice and with one aim, to give hope to the hopeless, joy to the destitute, love to the hated and I can keep going on and on.
I live in the city of Angels and I must admit, I may have seen powdered stars sparkling, glittering and falling on-screen or fallen angels wandering around without any hope. But tonight, I witnessed real Angels. Angels at work. They are working to better humanity, empower a community and more so igniting love. And they are spread all over this planet. Each one doing it in their own little way. Some are blessed with parents and friends who support them. Others have parents who have abandoned and rejected them because they thought their own child is bad luck.
"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." Said, a highly evolved soul who walked among us teaching love and forgiveness. If you ever wondered what that meant, you must watch Children of Nature.
If you're someone sitting in a room depressed and wondering where your life is heading, or what you could do with your life or what your existence really means, or bored stalking KK clan's Instagram accounts then go on a journey across 15 countries and discover the angels who are building a kingdom of love, hope and truth.
Marcos is gifted in finding his clan. The editor and the music director breathe magic into putting what he captured. The executive producers, producers and rest of the team leave no stone unturned to bring this project to light.
This Doc took 3 year in the making that resulted in 24 short films produced across 15 countries. Marcos found incredible life stories that not only inspire but embody the highest values of humanity.
This is a journey and only those who have courage can take that giant leap to join the children's revolution.
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