A Small Good Thing
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Suki Fredericks, an audience member at the Middlebury College Screening

I thoroughly enjoyed the film last night and it has been lingering with me all day today.  I think that Pam created a really wonderful story on so many levels.  Not only are the questions the film asks of great interest to me, I felt that the chosen subjects and the way their lives were woven together so subtly captured a sense of a community. Showing the young guy heading off with his thesis that had photos of him in yoga positions is just the sort of detail I really liked.  Also, I think the film did a beautiful job of capturing some very deep transformations in its subjects.  It didn’t over do the facts and history, but provided just enough back-story in combination with some dynamite interviews about their emotional choice-of-path changes.  I really love how intuitive Pam’s work is---questioning and investigating in such a creative and positive way.


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