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8 Broken Hearts

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8 Broken Hearts

8 Broken Hearts is a documentary film by director Sam Hurwitz about eight individual men and women sharing their personal stories of their upbringing, family tragedies and their struggles to overcome difficult beginnings.


In a review for Thatmomentin.com, David Duprey wrote: “8 Broken Hearts says what it is right in the title. It’s an unusual film in that it is simply eight confessions with no bells or whistles; eight stories of truth that tap into a larger singular chronicle of humanity. I think that is what Hurwitz is after: to let these people be the voice of many others, for no doubt, myself included, some of these will be close to us all.”[1]

Romy Somerset from Battleroyalewithcheese.com says: “Although it is sad, and some of the stories might have you welling up, it is also a very hopeful portrayal of the strength of the human soul. It can withstand pretty much anything life throws at us, and this is comforting to see. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys hearing other people’s stories, their trials and tribulations, and how they dealt with these hardships. It’s simple, beautiful and brave."[2]


The Indie Fest Award Winner


  1. "8 Broken Hearts Review | That Moment In". That Moment In. 2018-04-07. Retrieved 2018-06-01.
  2. "8 Broken Hearts: Review | film reviews, interviews & features | BRWC". film reviews, interviews & features | BRWC. 2018-03-12. Retrieved 2018-06-01.

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Rose Cordova – Actress

Patrick Downey – Actor

John Nicholson – Himself

Tony Sago – Himself

Erica Santifer – Actress

Suzanne Shea Reed – Actress

Rico Simonini – Himself

Amber Vanloon – Actor


Dirty Little Films



May 12, 2017 (United States)


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