Incredibly powerful, incredibly moving, and incredibly well made all together. This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, hands down. Their lives are sad, but you really get a sense of survival and hope with the these kids. The scene between the son and his father in jail is some of the best cinema I've ever seen. Just beautiful. Very sad, but also very beautiful, touching and most importantly: human.
beautiful, intense (yeah I know I use that word a lot) and unsettling - an empathically narrated and carefully filmed nonfic that opens up a fragment of the world and the people making their life in it.