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Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan

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Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan is a Great documentary – really compelling – some amazing stories in this one! Check out the CFDb Movie Review and CFDb Interview with David Trotter.

Film Description:

Mother India – Narrated by Rebecca St. James (Grammy Award Winning Artist), Mother India is a compelling documentary capturing the stories of abandoned and orphaned kids living in India. For one week, David and Shawn stepped into the lives of 25 boys and girls living alongside the railway station in the southern town of Tenali (Andhra Pradesh). With over 31 million orphans in India, the stories that emerge reflect the complexity of the issues and the challenge of rescuing kids from a life of begging and addiction. Find out what happens when these two friends eat, sleep, and play among this ‘family’ of street kids in an effort to experience life through their eyes. You’ll never be the same.

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  • Rebecca St. James … Narrator
  • Reddy … Himself
  • Nagaraju … Himself
  • Geetha … Herself
  • Lakshmi … Herself
  • Polayya … Himself
  • Koteswari … Herself
  •   Sathyananda … Himself
  •   Yellapah … Himself
  •   Suresh Kumar … Himself
  •   Christina Kumar … Herself
  •   David Trotter … Himself
  •   Shawn Scheinoha … Himself
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Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan, 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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  1. Annelie says
    18 April 13, 2:24pm

    Cindy Says…We all know about the poverty in India, but this film puts a name and face to those who are suffering in a way I have never really noticed before.

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