Left Behind , produced
and directed by Christof Putzel
Left Behind is a 34-minute
documentary that reveals the devastating effects of AIDS on
Kenya's children by exploring the lives of HIV-positive
orphans at Nyumbani Children's Home; why the virus spreads in
the poverty-ridden slum of Kibera; and the struggle for
survival of homeless children in nearby Dagoretti who lost
their parents to AIDS.
Through the eyes and voices of the
children themselves, as well as prostitutes, slum dwellers and
those infected with HIV, Left Behind
the enormity of the challenge that faces all those who seek to
help the victims and prevent the collapse of a continent.