NEW YORK -- With schools all over the country about to open, it is very important to make it a point to show Break The Chains
to your class.
This film deals with issues that affect teachers,
families, administrators and students.
It not only touches on bullying
but child abuse, child homelessness and student teacher relations as
Break The Chains is a story that will allow us to teach, learn
and start a healing process with indivisuals and families.
The film is a
voice for those who have no voice and a wake-up call to those who
refuse to listen to the cries of our young people.
This G rated film is
great for classroom and family discussions.
As a writer of children and family films I like to think that the material I write touches people in a positive way. Break The Chains
is a story that not only teaches, but gives people the opportunity to
say I can relate to one of the kids or Mr. Cole.
The film gives people
the opportunity to connect with the character.
This story is to let
people know that we are human, with human problems and we can overcome
our problems and fears if we face them head on and be truthful with
ourselves. We should never think we are alone when it comes to dealing
with issues that interfere with our growth.
Break The Chains is a story about a teacher and his relationship
with 5 of his students. The film will give people the strength and
courage to fight on. This film will surely make one cry, laugh, rejoice
Fundraising & Educational Tool
It's also a great way for schools to raise money and educate as well. This G-rated
film is family friendy with a message of encouragement. It is truly a
rewarding experience to see a family enjoying a film that uplifts and
NOTE: For more information and a fundraising package, please contact Larry Wright at email@example.com.The film will be ready for viewing in September.