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A moving, stunning example of unadorned filmmaking.
One of the most staggeringly straightforward looks at death I've ever seen. The movie's grace note is its subtlety.
It thoughtfully illuminates a seemingly unsolvable problem while proving that one person really can make a difference.
......often less than compelling.
Writer-director Louise Hogarth shrinks an enormous issue down to human terms...
Hogarth creates such a complete and satisfying world in the village that when her camera pans away to a forest of tiny graves in a Soweto cemetery, it's a necessary shock to realize that Cloete's haven is one happy drop in an ocean of suffering.
In essence, the story of the indomitable nature of the human spirit, the resilience and commitment of a few to help the many and a triumph of hope in adversity.
Angels in the Dust shows that compassion is a form of bravery.
Angels in the Dust is a troubling documentary for obvious reasons...but it's also a bit disturbing for reasons director Louise Hogarth may not have noticed.
An inspiring portrait of a saint battling for the lives of the sick and forsaken in a frightened and superstitious world.
...Angels in the Dust is an important, enormously emotional film that will hopefully have a far-reaching and valuable impact on the plight of Sub-Saharan AIDS.
Writer-director Louise Hogarth's straightforward film documents the life's work of white South African activist Marion Cloete: Her efforts to feed, educate and love hundreds of abandoned and orphaned children.
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