"This was a beautiful film that illuminated the lure of the journey, the desperation of the circumstances, and the terrible blend of innocence and knowledge that the boys carry with them. It captured their naivete but never undermined their dignity." - Lucy Mangan, The Guardian
Documentaries usually serve as eye-openers.
Cause we're either too damn incapable of watching the world around us or somewhat fortunate as to not witness the same kind of cruelty.
We should at least acknowledge what we cannot change on our own.