God Grew Tired of Us
Three young men leave behind a land in chaos to find a new life in a completely different culture in this documentary. As the African nation of Sudan fell into political chaos near the dawn of the 21st century, with unspeakable violence following in its wake, thousands of refugees trying to flee the country, making their way into Kenya in hopes of gain passage elsewhere.
Jon Bul Dau, Daniel Abu Pach, and Panther Bior three people such that finally came to the United States, and filmmaker Christopher Quinn spent four years later in his journey in a strange new country.
In God Grew Tired of Us, Quinn documents the young people in their struggle to build a new life for themselves, become familiar with the “American” of doing things, the difficulties of being black in a primarily white culture, and trying to locate friends and relatives were forced to leave behind. God Grew Tired of Us received its first class of North America at the Sundance Film Festival 2006, the actor Brad Pitt was
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