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  •  READER COMMENTS

    Reader comments on Born into Brothels

    Subject: Born in Brothels
    Date: Aug 21, 2007
    Sender: Deborah H WisemanPrevious

    I just watched this documentary on these few children in the red district in Calcutta. But the one thing I saw in their eyes was the life they had in them. How talented individually they were with some or a few lessons using a camera. I was saddened they couldn't in some cases truely understand the "gift" that Zana was trying to give to them. It hurt to know they would never get out of that place due to circumstances already written in their family.

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    Comment index:

  • Born in the brothel   from Sophia Gawas, Jun 22, 2005
  • Re: Born in the brothel   from Lydia Hinton, Sep 26, 2005
  • Re: Born in the brothel   from Valare, Dec 7, 2005
  • well   from Ed, Nov 26, 2005
  • a must see   from Sandra Swieder, Mar 4, 2006
  • Amazing   from Jen, Dec 13, 2006
  • Born into brothels   from Marie Van Hecke, Apr 2, 2007
  • » Born in Brothels «   from Deborah H Wiseman, Aug 21, 2007
  • Born in the brothel   from Sophia Gawas, Jun 22, 2005
  • Re: Born in the brothel   from Lydia Hinton, Sep 26, 2005
  • Re: Born in the brothel   from Valare, Dec 7, 2005
  • well   from Ed, Nov 26, 2005
  • a must see   from Sandra Swieder, Mar 4, 2006
  • Amazing   from Jen, Dec 13, 2006
  • Born into brothels   from Marie Van Hecke, Apr 2, 2007
  • » Born in Brothels «   from Deborah H Wiseman, Aug 21, 2007