Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Waste Land major is pretty awesome.
 I am loving my classes even though it is a lot of work and my body is really tired!

It is so great because I feel like I am learning so many important things for life in general, as well as how to change the world and make it a better place.

I just get so excited at the prospect of helping others and the ultimate goal of eradicating poverty. It has always been a passion of mine and is now becoming more real as I try to turn in this into a career and do what I love.

That being said, I watch some pretty incredible and moving films and documentaries and couldn't help but share this one:

You can watch it on Net Flix and it is seriously so worth your time! It is one of my favorites yet and shows the value of every human being....poor or not. It was a Sundance Film Festive movie and did not receive on negative review. I won't even try to explain it because the trailer is so much better:

I just felt like I had to share.



Dana Dutcher said...

Hey! I just watched this movie and LOVED it, I was curious if you know of any where you can buy the prints he made from this exhibit of posters? I think they are beautiful and would really like to own one to remember the film, and was curious if you had any idea.