Do You Think God Loves Immigrant Kids, Mom?

Do You Think God Loves Immigrant Kids, Mom? | Rena Lusin Bitmez

Filmmaker’s statement

This film tells the struggle of Armenian families migrated to Turkey/Istanbul who try to provide education for their children despite all the circumstances. In the core of this struggle, which started in 2003, there stands a dining hall centered school, located in a basement of a church where migrant children receive education from volunteer educators. During the film, the struggle of children living in a foreign land, their daily lives, their former habits and longings are told through the eyes of migrant children.


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