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The Disposable Ones

The Disposable Ones

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The Disposable Ones, explores the amazing strength and survival of Colombia's underprivileged children and child soldiers struggling to live amid harsh conditions, abuse, and disease.

Halfway around the world, The Disposable Ones begins in Australia where former Australian rugby league professional Jason Stevens is troubled by the plight of Colombia's children in crisis. Keen to discover how they survive, he travels to Colombia to explore what challenges they face daily and find out what he can do to help. There he meets a new friend, Henry, from Compassion Colombia, who introduces him to a number of children who demonstrate amazing survival and strength and whose hope lies in the life changing opportunities given through Compassion and the local church.

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The Disposable Ones, explores the amazing strength and survival of Colombia's underprivileged children and child soldiers struggling to live amid harsh conditions, abuse, and disease.

Halfway around the world, The Disposable Ones begins in Australia where former Australian rugby league professional Jason Stevens is troubled by the plight of Colombia's children in crisis. Keen to discover how they survive, he travels to Colombia to explore what challenges they face daily and find out what he can do to help. There he meets a new friend, Henry, from Compassion Colombia, who introduces him to a number of children who demonstrate amazing survival and strength and whose hope lies in the life changing opportunities given through Compassion and the local church.

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Fairly inspiring documentry
3 stars By Lachlan, Jun 01 2013
This documentary starts off with Stevens, as a pretty clueless footy player jumping into the middle of a third world country and his reaction is understandable, if not misguided. Its strength is that it doesn't hide  this, it's not here as a promotional video for Jason Stevens but an honest look a serious topic. It has some really nice moments and it is quite well made. If you want to be inspired to help others less fortunate, or inspire others, this could be a good place to start especially if you already know and like Jason Stevens. 
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  • Catalogue Code 284118
  • Product Code 9336855000409
  • EAN 9336855000409
  • Department Dvds
  • Category Documentary Dvds
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Heritage H M Film Distribution
  • Publication Date Nov 2008
  • Sales Rank #10152
  • Weight 0.091kg