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FFL Project Documentary: AmmA means Mother (Directors Cut release)

[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/27041560[/vimeo]

AmmA Means Mother: Directors Cut from James Clement Cook on Vimeo.

A touching documentary on the amazing warm-hearted lady who runs a children’s home in Sri Lanka and the children who open their home and hearts to those orphaned by the Great Asian Tsunami of 2004 in which 300,000 lost their lives. (Run time: 50 mins)

Narrated by Academy Award-winner, F. Murray Abraham. Sound recording my performance artist Laurie Anderson, with music by The Smithereens, Nick Lowe, Trini Lopez, Sun Palace, Astrud Gilberto, and the Chintanami Band.

Directed by James Clement Cook, Written by Andrea “Sid” Curtis.

This musically-driven Documentary will warm your heart.

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