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About The Child

“The Child” is a documentary that explores the current state of parental rights in America. An unseen battle is developing between the rights of parents and the authority of the government to direct the upbringing and education of children. The stakes are high; the outcome of this struggle will affect countless future generations.

Little public attention has been given to the issue of parental rights. Few people understand what “parental rights” are, much less that they risk losing them. “The Child” will fill this void of unawareness by explaining the situation: What parental rights are, how they are being threatened, what the consequences will be, and what can be done to defend the rights of American parents to raise their children in liberty and peace.

Featured in the film are interviews with experts, leaders, and sadly, parents and children who have already experienced the pain and consequences of misguided government intervention in their family.

America is at a turning point. It is vitally important to the survival of our nation that American citizens realize how much they stand to gain or lose on this one issue alone. Because it is not just “an issue” – it is a battle for the future.

Plan to watch “The Child” when it is released this November, 2010.

About Watchman Cinema, LLC

“But if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people…” -Ezekiel 33:6

Ezekiel 33 speaks of a city’s watchman. A faithful watchman will sound the alarm when he sees danger approaching. If the people in the city heed not the watchman’s warning, then they will be personally responsible for the consequences. However, if the watchman does not sound the alarm, then he alone will be responsible before God for any resulting damage.

As Americans, we are all watchmen. Those of us at Watchman Cinema want to be faithful.
Contact us via email: WatchmanCinema@gmail.com

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