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    Reader comments on Born into Brothels

    Subject: Re: Born in the brothel
    Date: Dec 7, 2005
    Sender: ValarePrevious | Next

    I loved the film and it make me cry , but in th end, to know that the girls didn't end up on the line was a comfort. how can I help?

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    Re: Born in the brothel

    I have not been fortunate enough to have seen the film but just the synopsis and comments from others brings me to tears. The project that the students embarked upon provided an income that they would not have had through corporate and private sponsorship--that a start;at least to get the message out. It's all a start and hopefully we will see more of these films and really understand what survival is all about. Where can I get a copy of the film PLEASE!!!!!!






    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