The Power of Paper Clips

I don't know about anybody else, but I'm going to see this movie. It's called Paper Clips, about school in the small town of Whitwell, Tennessee that started out to collect 6 million paperclips, one for each person who died in the Holocaust. By the time the project was finished, they'd collected 31 million from around the world, and been thanked by Holocaust survivors for helping the world remember their stories.

From looking at the trailer, this film seems to show the power of simple, human storytelling--no gimmicks, special affects, or stors--just people telling their story.


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