“A Simple Ad” gets another review!
Here, Leonberger Life’s creator, Thomas Wikman, shares his views on Juan Carlos Hernandez’s 2019 short film “A Simple Ad,” as well as some personal insights about the movie’s themes and message. Check it out, and while you’re at it, read his other posts about his wonderful dog Bronco, a smart, loyal, and friendly Leonberger!
This blog is primarily about Leonbergers and Leonberger books but sometimes I review other items. In this post I will review a short film that brings attention to the fight against cancer. The name of the movie is “A Simple Ad”. The screen writing was done by an on-line friend of mine Alex Diaz-Granados.
My mother passed away from cancer at the age of 56. This was devastating. She left us too early. However, every parent’s worst nightmare is losing a child. I believe that losing a child to cancer is a loss too enormous to imagine. This short film brings attention to the pain and the enormity of this loss, and it brings attention to the need to fight cancer.
I can add that fighting cancer the easy way, via the kind of donations that we all can make, or by bringing attention to it, is not futile. In…
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Thank you for re-blogging the review, Alex. You made a wonderful and touching film. I hope it will inspire people to work together against cancer.
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