Variety Reviews Film
25 Jan

Variety Reviews Film

by Blood Brother

Documentaries don’t come any bigger-hearted than “Blood Brother,” a highly worked yet non-manipulative first feature for Steve Hoover that requires no string-pulling to achieve its inspirational impact. The subject could hardly be more of an at-first-glance turnoff for most auds — American goes to India seeking fulfillment, finds it among a community of abandoned women and children with AIDS — but, almost from the get-go, is so engaging and joyful that word of mouth could well make it a viable theatrical proposition. Broadcast sales are inevitable.

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