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Childcare is often an undervalued service, with thousands of children spending time away from their parents and in the care of others. This intimate and revealing documentary follows three single mothers whose lives come together at a New York City childcare facility ran by Deloris “Nunu” Hogan, who has dedicated her life and career to caring for children whose parents must work to support them. This portrait of single motherhood and personal dedication portrays the lengths that both mothers and carers will go to in order to make sure children are kept safe and supervised in an economy that does not seem to care about them.
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14+ years 93 mins
Heartwarming documentary looking at a small town school in France.
11+ years 100 mins
After suddenly being abandoned by their mother, a young girl must care for her little brother on the streets with the support of her new friends.
14+ years 91 mins
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