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Last week ,I watched an interesting film that is " unborn child" ( 2002).That film alerts the mothers who want no children to prevent their future. The children take a revenge to their parents who destroyed them.So I want my sisters and the world to watch this .May be some might know it but they need to take example and respect to the lives of unborn children.It is a really good example for giving awareness to parents to know the feeling of the children . We can't know how many unborn children have already died and are dying now so that this movie will give awareness to people to reduce this terrible events in the world ,I hope.

How about your comments? Let me know it!!

Best Wishes,
Zin Zar



Stella Paul's picture

Good to hear you

Dear Zin Zar

After a long time I hear from you and I am very happy! I haven't watched this film or heard about it before, but I know that there are thousands of babies who die in their mothers' wombs in my own country. Like you I also hope that there will be a day when no child has to die like that.


Stella Paul
Twitter: @stellasglobe

Zin Zar's picture

So there be !

Yes , Stella , so there be the day we hope. I am really sorry for unborn we should give more awareness for that situation.So let's alert the people to watch this film as long as our hands reach ,then if 100 people knows that may be at least 5% of them will value this event so there will be the decline of unborn children.It will be the good news!!

Am I right?

Best wishes!!!

Zin Zar

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