In the Ghetto, by David Bax

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  1. Ariel says:

    As a success story from the inner city that was able to make it out I’m disappointed in this review. I have to other siblings one is a doctor the other along with myself is a registered nurse. I hate to say it but this is the reality of some children that live in the inner cities. And it is sad that critics tend to brush our stories off as being exaggerated just because the can’t imagine going threw such things. This movie is true to form . But if do-right liberals acknowledge that this is taking place they have to face the fact that we live in a society that has more compassion for animals than it does for other human beings.

    • … And it doesn’t have that much compassion for animals either. Well said, Ariel. I thought this was a superb film and very accurate. I really don’t know what the reviewer’s problem is with this film. It’s a simple tale of a resourceful kid who makes it through the summer without his mother. And what storybook conveniences?? If you hadn’t already said you were from the suburbs it wouldn’t be hard to guess. Go back to you cosy little world.

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