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The Most Heartwarming and Inspiring Film of the Holiday Season

posted by Nell Minow

Filmmaker Jennifer Crandall has created a charming series of short autobiographical videos featuring everyday people talking about their lives, experiences, and lessons learned. Participants of all ages and backgrounds have spoken about friends, families, vocations and avocations. Participants have included a transplanted refugee from Katrina, a nun, a boy with Down Syndome and his mother, a waitress, a lawyer, a teenage girl, a transgendered woman, a man recovering from amnesia, an Islamic former beauty pagent contestant — each one is utterly captivating and transcendant.
This very brief interview with African immigrant Edward Fahbulleh is one of the best. I love its title: On Being Rich.
I love them all, but my all-time favorite is Jessica Tibbits. Each one is just a few moments, but each is unforgettable.

  • Iorek

    These are great little movies. Thanks for sharing.

  • robert c tibbits (jessica’s father)

    haven’t seen jess for many (15) years,she has chosen that and i have repected her position..and her life..she has chosen to also isolate herself and so have her sisters brittany and ashley..from my father who played no part in the divorce..he died in march missing all of them dearly..if anyone here can communicate with jessica,,tell her i love her,,am sorry for the paths all of us have been chosen for and i love them all dearly..if they still hate me so..at least communicate with my mother..a sweet woman who would love to know of their lives before she goes to meet my father..thank you..god bless..robert

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