I often find docummentaries to be the saddest of movies. This was no exception. It's so hard to see this, it's hard to see the lack of soul of those who exploit them and how they try to deal with what surrounds them. You see glimpses of pain and sunshine in them, all mixtured together. It's defiantly worth to watch. And I wonder if Grodecki will ever make a film of another topic. Not that it bothers me, just curious.