This movie really makes you think and I could see this as a great film to open up dialogue and discuss perceptions about a sensitive subject. Some of the verbal information is contradicting -- for example Susan Tom said none of the scenes were filmed and aired without the children's permission -- however in one scene Joe tells the camera person to F-off or he will break the camera (hm....). I agree that Susan Tom is a very caring person -- however I do agree as one of her sons said that she took on too much and that some of her children suffered as a consequence of the environment -- as a song says sometimes Love isn't enough.
Fascinating documentary. Heartbreaking at times, but overall uplifting. It's a must to watch the extra features (interviews, deleted scenes). Very well done.
Amazing. The story of a woman with 13 kids, most of whom are disabled, some life-threateningly so. The family isn't perfect, but it's strikingly courageous (and hard-working!). I recommend it.
There are no age suitabilities for this title yet.
There are no summaries for this title yet.
There are no notices for this title yet.
There are no quotes for this title yet.