In an extraordinary Mexico City hospital, disfigured children are offered new lives
"A great documentary . . . Seeing this film is one of the most significant human and spiritual experiences I've had in recent years. What pride it gave me in being a doctor, what pride to find work like this in Mexico . . . what pride I found in the hope of these families, and in these children who remind us of the grandeur of the human being," -- Dr. Fernando Lorenzo Rego, executive director of the UNESCO Chair in Bioetheics and Human Rights
Fred Martinez was a Navajo boy who was also a girl.
"Riveting . . . A crash course on Navajo history and culture that illuminates the struggles of [Fred] Martinez, whose detailed murder and mother's grief are devastating.” – LA Weekly
"A gorgeous, moving, wrenching, and ultimately uplifting story, the kind of film that opens the mind and heart so wide they can never close as tightly again.” - Martha Beck, Oprah magazine columnist and bestselling author