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Short Film Review: Removed

This film by Nathanael Matanick was created as a teaching tool for foster parents. It does a good job of portraying the life of a child that is placed in foster care. It does not pull punches, but at the same time it doesn’t wallow in depravity. It’s not always easy to watch, but it does get its point across.

Beautiful child. Happy ending. Considering the circumstances.

Nice effort.

Here’s a comment from the Facebook post: “Sorry, but no. Appreciate what he was trying to do, but having worked in the system, it doesn’t quite get it. And the monologue is irritating.”

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