THE UNLONELY FILM FESTIVAL: BEST OF FEST
After spending 13 years imprisoned, Maryam Henderson-Uloho has now dedicated her life to helping other women.
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Meet the Filmmaker
How does the film change your perspective on what addiction can look like? When nothing outwardly seems wrong, how can we check-in with friends and family to make sure they’re coping and have someone to confide in?
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As Garang struggles on his first day at high school in Australia, memories of being lost in South Sudan are triggered.
An elderly man gets a visit from his childhood best friend, who appears to him as a teenager. 10:36 mins.
Come On Eileen
In attempts to save her broken relationship, depressed Eileen goes to her ex-boyfriend’s party to dance with him and prove that she is better.
This film is very touching & enlightening
The fact that the system is designed for resitavism. This is a model program that highlights a solution. What better answers to be found than from reaching back, from the inside out. Well done, sister.
Thank you for making this film! Loved it! So powerful, so educational want another film that interviews the ladies more in depth. All their lives are so interesting.
Thank you sharing this story of redemption and the efforts of one person coming from a position of despair and great need to uplift others in similar situations. It makes me want to do what I can to help, too.
Enjoyed the film. I liked how they connected finding their own value after prison while finding and assigning value to objects that others have thrown away.
I ran across this film by accident and what a treat. This film is so powerful the message is very strong and positive.I felt like I could have watched for another hour. Thanks for making this film and bringing awareness to the community.