GOD GREW TIRED OF US
In the late 1980s, 25,000 Sudanese "lost boys" – some just toddlers – marched barefoot over thousands of miles of barren desert, seeking safe haven from the brutal civil war raging in their homeland. Half died from bombing raids and starvation; the others reside together in a refugee camp in Kenya, with few prospects. Recently, the US invited some of the boys to settle in America. Moving and mind-expanding, the documentary GOD GREW TIRED OF US follows three unforgettable young men on their unbelievable odyssey in a strange New World.
Christopher Dillon Quinn studied documentary filmmaking at the Anthropology Film Center in Santa Fe. He has previously made the documentary THE LIFE AND ART OF HOWARD FINSTER. Quinn is currently working on the film 21 UP IN AMERICA.