OhFortunae (el 09/10/14 a las 5:41 pm)
They portray, through ''back flashes'', the Sub-Saharan educational
standards as superior over that of the White man's.
To be honest; the capabilities of the White man's educational / filtering
system has a much greater capacity regarding our intellect; but in present
times, those in Sub-Saharan Africa, might indeed be of a greater 'primal
worth' than those artificial, feminized, technological compensated,
robotic, over crowded class rooms that we have in the West.
ShellshockerzW00 (el 10/02/15 a las 1:02 am)
LOL HAZEL CALLED THE TEACHER A BISH
Reezy37 (el 26/02/15 a las 3:45 pm)
For those who think this video is about race think again. It simply has to
do with the different education systems in the world and how just because
one school may look richer and more prestigious than another school in a
poorer country it doesn't necessarily mean that the children in the
wealthier school are learning better than the kids in the poorer school. It
also shows that for a child no matter what race they are going to a
wealthier school for the first time can be a pain in the ass since they are
likely to picked on by the other kids even kids that are the same race as
they are simply because they originally came from a poorer place.
ongoiba1 (el 16/03/15 a las 8:34 am)
Don't say ''African'' boy, precise his country of origin, a malgash, a
tuareg are also ''African boy'' and for the 1000 time Africa is not a
country it's a continent, stop to singularize it
Knowledgeguy MC (el 24/02/15 a las 2:09 am)
samuel borgh (el 04/07/14 a las 11:01 pm)
wtf did i just see
Narda LM (el 12/01/15 a las 8:21 am)
jesus christ. i love how white people always complain about minorities
making actual racial situations into a "race thing" but here we see a bunch
of white people misconstruing a beautiful film about the innocence of
this has nothing to do with racism at all. anyone who thinks so is an
actual ignorant moron.
this film is about a boy who came from a setting where his father taught a
class in a poor country where he was murdered by terrorists and how this
child witnessed his own father's death and then was placed in a completely
new setting where he felt completely uncomfortable by everything. (the only
part that race plays into this film is that most of the people at his new
school are white and he feels like he doesn't belong) he begins to be
bullied by another boy who he eventually sees that he's not so different
from when they both laugh at the argument between the teacher and the
little girl. he realizes that it's okay for him to smile and it's okay for
him to laugh even after the tragedy he faced. he remembers his father
through the laughter and the happiness and damn this is beautiful.
Rubeus Hagrid (el 23/07/14 a las 1:12 pm)
Is the black teacher in the yellow gown josephs dad?
Hypnotic (el 16/06/14 a las 6:58 pm)
When we teach our kids to understand the importance of having empathy for
others problems before anything else poisons their mind then the world will
evolve past war..
XCS (el 09/05/14 a las 7:03 am)
Now I know what to do when a white boy wants to fight me. I pull his index
finger for massive damage :P