Brovo! for that clowns work in the hospita. Good report. Fée
Truly beautiful work. - (Bryan "Lucas and Mabel")
Very interesting and sweet. I'd love to see a longer version of this film. I think the clowns work is very important-i'm sure it eases the kids pain.Good luckGreg Karpinski - short film "Clinic"
I search and search to find a film made with love. Finally, Amore'!
nice documentary. lovely topic. mark bowen
A light that shines through all the darkness. It's nice to see some positive thoughts come out of this topic. Well made. Please check out "Grievous Angel" if you get a chance. Thanks! Michael
Hi,really lovely touching film,felt great to watch it.Smita(The V.V.I.P)
That's really interesting and touching. I'd definitely pay to see a longer version of this documentary. Good luck and please check out Homunculus by Vangelis Mylonas
Coming from someone who has spent entirely too much time in and out of hospitals, your film really pleased me. Keep up the excellent work. If you get a chance please take a look at my submission Grievous Angel! - Caegan Meagher
Great submission. It's rare to find such good short form documentaries on this site. I'd like to know what you think of my doc "Outpatient" if you get the chance. Keep up the good work.
reminds me a lot of patch adams...
I'm impressed you were able to give so much of this documentary's topic in such a short time. It made me want to know more. It was good!!! David A Elliott ("Rob Ridgeway Mobile Massage Therapy")
very different from anyone else's take on this topic - so unique! i heard the clinic and immediately thought science fiction, but i love this documentary piece! i'm definately voting for this. let me know what you think of my film, "the clinic: subsistence 17" by sonia kifferstein
This is a really interesting piece that I wish had gone on longer! I think this should be fleshed out to a 10 to 15 minute piece for film festivals. Good editing and camera-work. I wanted to get to know these people more! -Brian (Addiction Control)
Great piece! Brought a tear to my eye. Amina Khan ('Out of the Cocoon')
Lovely documentary! Touching! Daniel Barosa (For Sale)
Really good. I also think this could be done in a longer version.
I completely agree with everyone who says a longer version could/ should be made. There must be imense sadness in the job as well. Beautiful. Let me know what you think of "the dose"
Documentary is a difficult subject to tackle, but you've managed to pull it through! Really liked this one. Well done!