Bryon Evans Films and Think Kindness are proud to announce that their jointly produced documentary film “Inspire Hope” is now available to the public for the very first time on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
If you are an Amazon Prime member you can stream the film for free! If you are not a Prime member you can rent the film in standard definition for $1.99 and in high definition HD for $2.99. The film is currently available for streaming in the United States, the UK, Germany and Japan.
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Inspire Hope Film Synopsis:
“Inspire Hope is a documentary film about a shoe donation campaign created to help impoverished children around the world. The film centers around Brian, the founder of non-profit organization Think Kindness, a group of U.S. Students, and the orphans they travel to help in central Kenya.
During the groups stay at the orphanage they get to know the children and learn about their stories.
They discover stories of abandonment, disease, physical and sexual violence, and complete loss of family. Despite the shocking worlds the children come from, their joy of life and outlook on happiness cause the group to challenge the way they see the world themselves.
As the group travels through Kenya they soon find out that small acts of kindness, such as a pair of shoes, have larger effects than they could have ever imagined.
Inspire Hope is a touching true story that inspires to show that a person can change the world no matter how small the act of kindness may be.”