"Who Am I? How Did I Get here? What am I suppose to do? Does it Finally Make Any Difference?"
In a world fraught with hostility and violence, an altruistic group of young men endeavor to understand the true essence of the human spirit by visiting forgotten souls such as homeless New Yorkers, Peruvian orphans and isolated Ghanian lepers. By spotlighting heartwarming stories from around the world, this uplifting documentary shows viewers that every single person, no matter his or her lot in life, is beautiful.
If any of the negative reviewers would take 5 seconds to do a little research into the filmakers, they would know that these are not spoiled, superficial graduate students who are making a trite little film to make themselves look good or feel better about themselves. The movie itself mentions that they all live in the St. Francis House, which is a home that takes in boys who literally have nowhere else to go. Many of these boys themselves have lived on the streets at one time or another. They are no strangers to suffering, which is how they were inspired to make this film. It was not to show that they have dedicated their lives to one cause or another, but to inspire the world to see the value of a single human life, and to get up and do something for humanity . . . even if it is in a small way. I think it is very clearly laid out in the film that the intent is simply to open the eyes of the public to something outside of ourselves. I give this film an A+
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