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yes stay in the box you’re out the books [Music] [Music] paper scissors rock paper scissors but you can’t make a better one than me Chloe Connor come on let’s go I know I get how are you yeah you fun on the beach mhm very good nice what are you doing I’m sorry Hancock did what people it’s using mr. yeah at the time oh yeah it’s uh mr. Illinois policeman yeah it’s great I have a firefight you I’ll give you yep they’re both we’re fine they’re not only Corinne I’m sorry kid I’m all stick person now good luck though whatever you’re not bomb one really uh that’s a good idea now they’re alive tough week yeah everyone seemed to ride those shitty posters instead we’ll pick up yeah how much these guys iam Jim from 504 I’ll take that guy he’s not for sale oh all right how about him keep the change but it is no no no that’s okay come on thank you [Music] that’s some nice handiwork hi Jada no no don’t be afraid I’m here to help you okay Jayda listen it’s not safe out here for you okay I’m gonna make sure you’re safe come let me take a walk and talk about it okay come on Jayda [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] you [Music] [Music] stupid stupid so I think it’s clear that we issue a care protection order until we find a placement I’m glad this is reopened but with two deceased parents and no other known family she’s best off with the aunt with the history of maintenance intervention coupled with the recent events it makes her a clear candidate for removal a messy house and leaving a kid at home while you go grocery shopping aren’t grounds for removal my concern is a long list of documented instances when she’s feeling distressed I didn’t even see a single interview with a collateral in her files because there are no collateral to speak with they may let her outside we need something a psychological profile a neighbor a teacher you just can’t be pulling kids out of their relatives homes not one placement is so hard to come by what about the marks in her body is that enough is that something don’t you she’s been living on the streets for months we don’t know when those happened I know you’re new to all of this so I’ll pretend I didn’t hear that but be careful about making unsubstantiated claims honey believe me I’m grateful for your concern but you know how this works it’s a marathon not a sprint no it’s not right you do remember you have an entire stack of other cases that need you and I know she doesn’t belong there we don’t make decisions based solely on intuition to hear facts lead to these kids deaths if you keep acting like a child I’m gonna put you on a timeout like one I’m taking this original and when they tell you the same thing we can have another discussion one about whether you’re cut out for all of this maybe I’m not I’m sorry I dropped you guys I won’t do that ever again I just miss you guys so much for now on out I’ll be a good girl I love you guys [Music] [Music] you [Music] [Music] you [Music] [Music] [Music] you [Music]

100 thoughts on “**Award-Winning** Drama Short Film | Jada | Omeleto

  1. If she were really living alone then why would these people whom are filming allowing a 7 year old child to continue to stay alone without some sort of intervention. They should know that there is some sick people out there that would cause her harm.

  2. 😭😭 it’s so sad seeing comments saying they wish they could adopt her, maybe go to the orphanage and adopt a poor kid. There is so many young kids out there with no parents and people just chose her, this is just s fiction. Please, it might not mean a lot to you but it means everything to the little kid 😭

  3. I know she is a kid but I can clearly see her not smoking and the poster said that she’s seven and she’s swearing

  4. I can't even begin to describe . . . amazing bit of filmcraft here, remarkably well done. It says so much, with so little.

    What . . . 12K with thumbs down? Who could possibly see this and not be moved by, or dislike this ??? No worries, vastly more got this.

  5. Honestly I cried 😭😭😭😭 it's to sad I can't imagine a kid going through the pain she is 😭💔💔😢😢😢

  6. When she started “ smoking the cigarette” I felt awkward cuss she didn’t even know how and she’s so young she does not know how she can hurt herself with it 😭

  7. 1:21 dude I got to meet that guy who flipped over those people! I was one of the ones He flipped over brooo he famous now hahaha

  8. wait… so… what happened, i'm lost, the girl dropped the wood things representing the parents, the guy didn't get the care protection order, she got the stick things representing parents, they stared at each other awkwardly, then she gave him a wood stick thing… episode over… where is the plot… there's no ending… where's the conclusion… the resulution

  9. Those people telling her to move out the way why won’t they move out the way there being mean to the girl

  10. Onions everywhere literally

    Oh because my mom frying onions and my eyes hurt plus this made me cry go hug you parents in
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  12. Great job 'OMELETO'.Loved the film.She exchanges money for food she got earlier. She doesn't want any sympathy and all that.All the circumstances have made her a strong child after all.Hope for good for all such kids on different streets of the world.

  13. It’s been awhile since I have watched this film and I love it so much the reality and the struggle of the girl jada is a amazing written. I first watched it when I was like 7-8 and I loved it. I asked if me and my mom could watch but she was like “it sounds to depressing to me” and then I stoped watching for and few years I come back to this channel and the short film and remember how much I love it so… thanks for writing whoever you are. 👍🏽 you did a fantastic job.

  14. It is horrible to think of any children living life like that, in this time think welfare would do more I mean it made like d take kids from home s for least little things so this would be worried

  15. Aww!! Short and sweet. This says alot about kids who grew up without parents. And the stick she onto as her parents is so sad and lovely too. People should look for kids like Jada.

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