Dreams are Not Forgotten is a documentary film that captures the heart and soul of an inspiring community in the slums of Bel Air in post-earthquake, Haiti. It's an intimate glimpse of life, concentrating on the details that we all share in common, despite living worlds apart. The film is set in the shantytown of Bel Air in Port-au-Prince and witnessed through the lives of three Haitians. Roodline is an abandoned 13-year-old girl who sleeps on the floor in a make-shift tent with four other people and wants to be a nurse when she grows up, Leslie is a 24-year-old self-proclaimed vagabond trying to figure out who he is and who he wants to be and Roland is a 64-year-old Iron Worker, struggling to get by and reflecting back on better times in Haiti?s colorful past. Dreams are Not Forgotten is a story of struggle and hope, pride and potential and explores the strength and courage of the human condition against all odds.

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