Mark Volkers & his crew spent a week with three different families – one in Guatemala City, one in Manila, and one in Nairobi. The stories they caught on film are moving. They are wake-up calls. Salma was sold into the sex trade at age eight, by her mother. Tanya was shot in the spinal cord and survives by begging. Felix, a member of the Luo ethnic group (as is President Obama), lives in one of the largest slums in Africa and sells ears of corn to help him stay in school. It's a well-done film, telling touching stories of hidden people. I recommend it highly.
A story told over & over about good people in a bad starting place, I applaud this story being told from the human point of view,they dont want hand-outs just a chance to make they're lives better,how about we build industries there & build houses there ,so they won't have to leave & come here.
This film is supposed to be free for people to see what is happening to our brothers and sisters out there . Except the money raised from selling this film will be used to help them. Special thanks to the writer. You've done a good job.