DOCUMENTARY IS STYLIZED AND OBSERVATIONAL WITH A NARRATIVE BUILT THROUGH INTIMATE PORTRAYALS OF 10 EUROPEAN VOLUNTEERS WHO VOLUNTEER TO HELP REBUILD A SCHOOL
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Narrated by Sir Richard Branson, the documentary is stylized and observational with an internal narrative built through intimate portrayals of 10 European volunteers who volunteer to help rebuild a school. Through the children in this abandoned school and their families we see a human side of the Masai and the troubles its people face. The beauty of nature, the joy, the pain, the hope of the volunteers as well as the community they are there to help. This is a documentary about hope and what a small group of people can do in little time and how that can have a lasting effect and can not only help change the lives of others of but also change their own lives forever.
Short Synopsis: Ten complete strangers head off to Kenya to transform a run down school. In just ten days they discover more than the joy of giving back to humanity, they rediscover themselves.
MPAA: Not rated
TV System: NTSC
Available Territories: Worldwide
Director: Carolyn Scott
Writer(s): Anna Giannotis (narration written by)
Producer(s): executive producer: Richard Branson, consulting producer: Bill Gosbee, line producer: Carolyn Scott, executive producer / producer: Amanda Van Annan
Production Co.: Great Light Entertainment
Cast: Richard Branson, Amanda Van Annan, Gia Bay, Mark Brazier, Jacqui Cooper Amresh Joshi, Sonal Kaddcha, Andrew Luck, Jill McMillan, Stewart Monk, Andy Reuth, Emma Thompson,
Crew: Cinematography: David Collupy, Editor: Meredith Young, Production Mgr: Gillian Heath, Assistant Production Mgr: Jenny Brigden, Camera Operator: Jon Van Dyke, Assitant Camera: David Collupy