We went to see this film at Palace Nova which is a great cinema. As this movie was at full capacity, I had to sit on the front row (not recommended). I was looking forward to seeing this movie and it didn’t disappoint.
It followed a story of a little boy nicknamed “little man” from his childhood to his adulthood.
He befriends a drug lord when he is young. The man shows him what caring and friendship is really like.
It was inspirational to see this man help him in his time of need, to show what respect is and to be there when his mother wasn’t.
It was inspirational to see this man help him in his time of need, to show was respect is, and to be there when his mother was not.
His life was not an easy one. He kept on going even though life was not good to him. He was bullied at school, his home life was unthinkable but day after day he would persist.
Seeing his transformation from a teenager to an adult, who was now a strong and powerful man proved that he had finally found his inner strength. No more was he going to be the victim.
The ending of the movie made you realise that friendship can last a lifetime and memories do too. Even though physically he was now strong, his inner child was always within and actually never left.
Words by Pat Bibbo