I'm a man's man and thus I don't cry over anything. However, this documentary had me on the brink. Heart wrenchingly sad and pulverisingly real.
I am not bad at keeping the waterworks in check, considering I'm a girl, because films are just that.. so I sat for this 'documentary' with a tissue...just in case. It was very well put together and has moments of pure genius, some good feelgood factor, and yes there were some tears. Nothing to me in this was shocking or horrific - unfortunately it neatly presents government failure that is all too common. Well worth a watch, but I would definately reccommend some handy tissues.
This is the story of Zachery, his father and his mother, told by his fathers friends. I wont give you anymore details, but you need to watch this. Though be prepared, this isnt some created story, this is real life and as I'm sure your aware real life is far more brutual and shocking than you ever expected.