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The Drop Box (2015)

The Drop Box (2015)

Brian Tetsuro Ivie


The Drop Box (2015) is a Korean,English movie. Brian Tetsuro Ivie has directed this movie. are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. The Drop Box (2015) is considered one of the best Documentary,Biography,News movie in India and around the world.

The Drop Box tells the story of South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect the most vulnerable members of society. It is an exploration of the physical, emotional and financial toll associated with providing refuge to orphans that would otherwise be abandoned on the streets. The movie is also a story of hope - a reminder that every human life is sacred and worthy of love.


The Drop Box (2015) Reviews

  • An Amazing Film About a Selfless Man Dedicated to Helping Unwanted Orphans


    I was fortunate enough to attend a packed premiere for The Drop Box recently at the Santa Monica Performing Arts Center. Pastor Lee and his wife were in attendance and they received a very heartfelt and resounding standing ovation from the more than 600 people in attendance. It's a must see, inspiring film, documenting how one man can make such a huge impact on the lives of the unwanted. It's definitely a family friendly movie, safe for all to see. The language of the film is mostly in Korean with subtitles, but it is very well done and as you watch the film you forget that they are not speaking in English.

  • Inspirational!!! Take your family!


    I was so inspired by this documentary!!! This movie is a documentary for the whole family,suitable for young children. There is musical performance in the beginning. The documentary is actually 1 hr and 19 minutes. There is a panel discussion in the end. We need more movies like this that honors hard work and sacrifice. Pastor Lee and his wife models for us what it means to work hard for those who are forgotten, who may never repay you. What a beautiful picture of unconditional love throughout the film. What a powerful message for our generation. Make sure you bring tissues because I wanted to cry in the first 15 minutes. It definitely made my heart melt seeing all the children. It will challenge your view of what is really important in life. It reminds me that you are never to old to make an impact. This movie might be very Christian, but it is for anyone wants to make a difference.

  • Emotional Film


    From the beginning I cried. There were moments during the movie where I gut-laughed, too. Seeing this film made me realize my work as a public servant is vital. I left the theater a changed social worker. My biases left my blood. I healed internally from the trauma I experienced as an orphan. This movie brings it all together. If you wonder why we are all here, this movie gives you answers that will bring you peace and love. Praise God. I thank God for my life. I realize why I am here. I will not give spoilers. I will offer my truest opinion to anyone who reads this review. See this movie. And when you are finished, you will be glad you did. It's an amazing story with many layers. Layers of true love. Unconditional.

  • Excellent documentary


    Brian Ivie did an excellent job telling the story of Pastor Lee's work and presenting facts about the issue of abandoned babies in South Korea. Some people complain that this is "not a movie," and they are right. This is a documentary because the stories involve real people who are still living today. His style of directing is quirky, youthful, and upbeat. This contrasted the seriousness and gloominess of the topic being discussed, yet highlighted the hopefulness of these lives being saved. This film/documentary raised awareness between the conservative culture in South Korea with unwed/teenage mothers and the taboo of babies born with disabilities. It really gripped our hearts and pulled the emotions out of us. There was not a dry eye in the house during this movie (sold out show). Well done.

  • To all haters including cljtoday


    A documentary isn't always about the "presentation" it's also about the story it tells. So you giving this movie a 1 star tells me you're just a hater. If you gave it a 5 I would of have taken your review in consideration, but seriously 1 star. I knew about this pastor for many years and he and his wife are truly amazing people. They save unwanted babies with a question, doesn't that deserve at least 3 stars just for the story. What is wrong with you? Wow. Someone's got no empathy. The reason no one in the audience clapped is because they were in awe. I'm sure the sighs were from yourself and your friends who critique simply things like camera angles and background music and not the story.


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