Winner of 5 Prestigious Awards
I LOVE YOU Mom, Please Don't Break My Heart – As a child, John Borgstedt was tortured by his parents, locked in a shed, paralyzed by drugs and abused by institutions for years. Although authorities knew, no one came to his rescue. This is John's triumphant story of emerging out of darkness, learning to forgive, and finding the courage to rescue others that have been forgotten.
Based upon the autobiography "I Love You Mom, Please Don't Break My Heart."
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Posted by M. Youmans on 23rd Aug 2011
Mr. Borgstedt's factual account of his turbulent and hellish childhood in "I Love You Mom, Please Don't Break My Heart" is a gripping story of one young man coming of age against incredible odds. I can't help but to commend him for his bravery and thank him for this eye opening movie gift to humanity. From the moment I recieved his movie and began watching, I was reminded of what I had always been aware of but had conveniently chosen to suppress. That child abuse is an unfortunate reality that has cursed generations of children worldwide. This is a movie that will both move you and evoke change in the way you think of our greatest assets, our children. I recommend this movie to anyone who has gone through similar circumstances or anyone seeking the motivation needed to make a change in the life of a child. In doing so, you will find your self changed as well. ... Well done Mr. Borgstedt.
Posted by Nikeeta M. Collins on 23rd Aug 2011
From the moment I began watching this true-life story, I could not stop, until I had watched the very last part! Prior to purchasing John's movie and partaking in his childhood heartache from parental heartbreak, I befriended John on Facebook, where I virtually connected to his soul and discovered his divinely renewed heart and connected to his genuine spirit. I encourage you to take a moment and journey with John as he reflects on past experiences with an unfortunate design, that could have led to his destruction. Only God held him in His hands and breathed a prosperous life into his lungs, giving John an undeniable, fortunate purpose, for such a time as this ...to tell His-tory! Thank you John for honest transparency in humility and with honor!
Posted by Kay Willson on 23rd Aug 2011
One of the best Docudrama of our times . hope to see more it just keeps you in front of it from start to end wow what a Docudrama..
Posted by Christina on 23rd Aug 2011
This movie is a heart breaking tale of a boy that endured and lived to tell the story of abuse by his own mothers hands. At times watching the movie will tug at your heart and may even cause tears to come to your eyes. Once I started watching this movie, I could NOT stop it until I was completely done. This is a must watch. For those that like true stories, get this movie and watch it. My grandmother actually knows John (the boy, now man in this movie). I commend him for doing it, and doing all the work he does to shed light on child abuse and for also facing his past, and turning it into something positive (to help others).
Posted by Nancy Lou on 23rd Aug 2011
I could not stop this movie until the end. A couple days later , I watched it again. It is such a good movie!!! You never know about people when you look from afar. I found out how close child abuse hits home when my widowed daughter married a (and I say this loosely) man,,,, who abuses her kids. His church thinks he is a saint. We know the truth.. The children are thankfully in foster care at the moment. John is doing a great thing in telling his story! People just dont know how insidious child abuse is and how horrible it can become! God bless this man and his mission to get the word out!
Posted by T. Russell on 23rd Aug 2011
The vulnerability in John Borgstedt's Movie "I Love You Mom, Please Don't Break My Heart" is to be commended. Vividly graphic, Borgstedt's details outline the first 22+ years of his life journey with suffering that most of us could not even fathom as reality. And yet, the breadth and depth of his pain enables many to identify with his experiences through their own. What makes this story so powerful is the consistent glimpses of God's provision for John throughout his life, ultimately bringing him to a place where relying and trusting in God became John's all. Through this, Borgstedt has been able to forgive and now to find vision and purpose in making a difference in the lives of abused children and at risk youth who are living the realities that John has walked.
As a youth pastor who works with teens from all demographics, I appreciated this movie mostly because Borgstedt's ability to overcome inspires me to be active in making a difference in the lives of youth, one child at a time.
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