It's 2 am in the morning and I just finished the rawest and most profound thing that I've seen in quite some time.
I'm being careful with my words because I want to do it justice. So I'll keep it short. This documentary is powerful and intense, but it's also unbelievably compassionate and loving. I feel very grateful to be able to witness such humane people - of all sorts of backgrounds - be able to seek liberation with the help of each other in such a tough environment.
I'm not even sure I have the capacity this early in my life to be able to really feel the full extent of the power in this film. But what I did feel - I know it was important.
Also, contextually and socially, this documentary is pushing a very important theme and message - something that I can only hope will reach as many people as possible.