Mully is an incredible docudrama that is inspirational, emotional and a must see film.
This docudrama tells the story of Charles Mully, growing up with a violent, alcoholic father and ten at the age of six years old he was abandoned by his parents in rural Kenya. This leads Charles to take a three day walk to Nairobi. Once there, his street smarts and entrepreneurial drive help him rapidly build an impressive array of businesses that give him wealth, attention and comforts far removed from his humble beginnings. But after a dramatic encounter with local street beggars and thieves, Mully begins to question his life and his success. Deciding to radically change his values after hearing from God, he sells all that he owns and sets out to help Kenya’s orphaned children find homes, education and a future.
This is an extremely well put together docudrama and the filmmakers have done a brilliant job highlighting the right parts of the story with interviews with Charles’ entire family and friends, we get a candid glimpse into his story and life.
Mully is beautifully shot and presents a wonderful story that will blow you away. We see how God can use anyone and here we see him use Charles Mully, whom God has given wisdom, insight and vision to be able to save these street kids. We see miracles after miracles as this one man is obedient to God.
What Charles and his family have achieved with God is just absolutely incredible. It doesn’t just stop with the children that Mully has rescued, his obedience to God has changed his family’s life, his father’s life and his mother’s life.
Mully is one of the most inspirational, heartwarming and emotional stories that will touch even the hardest of hearts. This is a film not to miss.