I wasn’t able to see the whole movie – but will keep trying. So glad to see the truth being told so that other generations will know.
I’d love to watch it, but the video is disabled in my part of the world (new zealand)…do you know of an alternate link?
I watched it last night. I think they did an incredible job. I was particularly impressed his ability to remain open and even accepting toward people as they shared what they did. I felt like that was nothing short of God sized grace.
I do believe there is healing in just sharing and getting things out in the open.
Watching this documentary brought back a lot of the emotions I experienced during my time in Cambodia. It also made me confront the reality of how easily we compartmentalize difficult things like this and just get on with our life. I think in some ways that can be a good thing, but it also allows us to be complacent in our response to what we see and experience.
I was also confronted with the language of “solving the problem” that was used to make the decision to kill easier. I couldn’t help but think about how we are currently “solving” pregnancy. The reality of the process is no less horrific, and the numbers are even more staggering. Yet, we’ve dismissed it as “solving a problem”.
Finally made the time to see it. Brutal. We can’t bury our heads in the sand about this though. There’s too much hurt remaining, and too many opportunities to minister His love.
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