This was a painful, but necessary watch for me. What is especially tragic, is that, honestly, I didn't know. I didn't know, and that's not a excuse. Of course it's easy, when you're not aware of the outrageous things that happen every day in the world, to continue ignoring them. But I should have known. Everybody should know. This documentary should air in every cinema of the world, instead of the stupid blockbusters that are popular nowadays. If you have some time, I urge you to watch this film, and sorry but no, it is not a feel-good, cosy kind of movie, it is not an artsy concept, it is history, it is our children, it is our moral obligation and it is happening now.