Pamela Powell reviews “Visitor’s Day” on Reel Honest Reviews


In a small town outside of Mexico City is a place that houses abandoned and/or abused boys called IPODERAC.  This self-sustaining facility, raises goats for milk and in turn creates artisinal cheeses sold to high-end markets and restaurants in Mexico.  IPODERAC creates a safe environment to not only learn, but to be productive members of society.   Nicole Opper takes us through the open doors of this remarkable center in her new film “Visitor’s Day.”  With beautiful cinematography and gifted story-telling, we get to know several of these boys and travel along their emotional journey of growth and development.  This film will not only inspire you, it confirms that humanity is not lost—we can help one another.



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