Filling London with plastic Easter eggs, Uncle Nezzer is on a rampage to make Easter bigger than ever! But just how hard can his mechanical chickens work before they're well, fried? In just one unforgettable day and night, Cavis and Millward (Bob and Larry) and a music box angel named Hope (voiced by Rebecca St. James) must convince Nezzer that Easter is about more than just candy and eggs. Inspired by Dickens' Christmas classic, this very special VeggieTales film explains why millions of Christians around the world celebrate Easter past, present and future.
Left Behind -- A small group of survivors are left behind after millions of people suddenly vanish and the world is plunged into chaos and destruction.
Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan -- Narrated by Grammy Award winner Rebecca St. James, MOTHER INDIA is a compelling documentary capturing the life and stories of 25 abandoned and orphaned children living along the railway in southern India.
With over 31 million orphans in India, David Trotter and Shawn Scheinoha showed up hoping to find kids who would be willing to trust them enough to show them life through their eyes. What they didn t expect was to be warmly welcomed by a family of 25 children living along the railway.
Although telling the stories of the kids was their primary focus, David and Shawn were inspired to take action once they met two young siblings, Polayya and Koteswari. Having been forced to beg on behalf of their alcoholic parents, they escaped the abuse by boarding a train and eventually
joining an unlikely family of 25 other courageous kids. When presented with a second chance at life by a local children s home (Harvest India). will the older kids let the two little ones say yes to a fresh start?
Follow the adventure as we experience life through the eyes of the orphan.
Left Behind -- In Waldenburg all mines are closed down. Lukasz and his friend Jacek have been digging coal at their own risk for several years now.
Like hundreds of other former miners, they are illegally digging for the black gold on the outskirts of their city.
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This documentary is a portrait of a community left behind: from the daily life of refugees as they cook, salvage their fires from the rain and shower under gutters, to its absurdity as they wait long hours outside Thai army headquarters to register in a census that only guarantees their expulsion. In the intimacy of their homes, Vietnam War Hmong veterans present their personal mementos and tales of their guerrilla days, and share harrowing stories of persecution and rape at the hands of the Lao Army. Alongside the refugees, aid workers from IRC and MSF attempt to protect the Hmong community from the cold, rain and disease. The village mayor oscillates between his official duties and his compassion for the population. A police officer presents the scripted policy of the Thai government, as he understands it. These stories are sometimes told with sadness, often with humor and, despite insurmountable odds, always with hope. The film culminates in sorrow, as family and friends gather to bury a little girl who died of water contamination. As they sing psalms, share stories and food at the funeral, the little girl's death is a final expression of the tragedy and absurdity of the entire community's plight. Without the intermediary of a commentary track, the participants express themselves in their own words and actions. This fly-on-the-wall approach makes this documentary more than a factual presentation of the refugees' situation. It's an intimate portrait, a slice of life that, in the course of 20 minutes, expresses the emotional depth of the refugees' plight.
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