‘Noble’ – A Film Review

By Sarah Wilson

Noble Film Review

Many years ago I read an inspiring book called ‘Bridge Across My Sorrows’ by Christina Noble. It documented the astonishing life of this feisty and fearless Irish heroine who survived and overcame a traumatic and brutal childhood in Ireland, to become a champion for children’s rights in Vietnam. When I saw that the life of Christina Noble had been made into a film, I jumped at the chance to go and see it. I went to see this film last night with my friend Kirsteen McLay, editor-in-chief of The Forever Years Blog. She worked in Vietnam for many years and once had a long conversation with Christina Noble over the telephone and she also met her son.

The film Noble’ was a difficult yet inspiring and hopeful watch. It documents her life from poverty stricken Dublin in the 1950’s to Birmingham in the 1960’s and Ho Chi Min City in…

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