My Mother's Lost Children
Two Stolen Children Return Home After Forty Years

My Mother's Lost Children - Two Stolen Children Return Home After Forty Years
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Kevin

I found this documentary to not have a clear focus and to be rather all over the place. The personal reactions of the film maker towards the people being interviewed was quite a distraction and annoyance. Also his taking of sides towards his mother, I thought took away from the story line as ...Read more

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Jacqueline

Yes. Excellent documentary.

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