Overall a good concept; but the movie/documentary fell short on so many subjects; like how she only names 5 out of 16 children, why mention Olga has 16 adoptive children without giving all their stories? as a platform to help all of the children, certain conflicts between the neighbor that wasn't explained and the way she went in between several different scenarios with no resolution it was however a great movie to shed light on this small population that otherwise I might not have known much about
An engaging portrait of a woman who has opened her heart and home to children that many do not want. I was curious as to why the story only went into depth of 5 of the children. It would have been good to have details about all the children.