Where I Don't Belong: In the Fields

Where I Don't Belong: In the Fields

Host Kiwi Callahan gets hired on a tobacco-picking crew in North Carolina to explore how loopholes in U.S. child labor laws are making it possible for children as young as 7 years old to work in dangerous conditions.

Running Time
12 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Kiwi Callahan
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Where I Don't Belong: In the Fields» (18)

Debra avatar

Could not be better! Great movie, fantastic actors and script. This is a MUST watch! Will probably watch it again a couple more times!

Laura avatar

The reason I feel that this movie is such a TRIUMPH is the same reason I feel I lead a fulfilling life. I strive to live in the moment...to view my journey in life as exactly that: a journey.

Steven avatar

My daughter requested this blu-ray as a gift. If you are a Kiwi Callahan fan, you will like this movie.

Barbara Crawford avatar
Barbara Crawford

This is an amazing movie, with believable characters, adventure, and wonderful scenery.

Mary avatar

OMG!!! This movie cannot be simply described in words. Go see this movie guys. Your mind will be blown. I've already seen this movie and looking forward to see it again.

Alexander Douglas avatar
Alexander Douglas

This movie is everything I had hoped it to be and far, far more. Literally every choice they made while making it was a right one.

Christina avatar

So good we watched it twice in a row. Melts me every time

Evelyn S. avatar
Evelyn S.

Here's a fine example of a film that may makes up for an exciting watch due to its director Kiwi Callahan extra-ordinary sense of creating spectacles that feel like breathing artworks.

Jordan M. avatar
Jordan M.

Awesome! It's not a die-hard documentary, but still the movie rocks.