A free movie for the public called "Quest For Respect" by Camfel Productions will be presented on Wednesday, September 3 at 7:00 p.m. This is the school assembly company that travels across the US, and has set up the 3 giant screens at schools in DeKalb Co. in years past. This time they're setting up at the Community Center for individuals to come: children can come with a relative, or on their own. Bring a neighbor, bring a friend, for a fun time.... ALL ages welcome! It will be over about 8pm. Here is a summary of what the film is about, from their website; http://www.camfel.com/pages/quest.html
Everyone wants to be accepted, to be loved, to be respected. Unfortunately, we often base our worth by the number of likes we get on Facebook or by how many positive comments we receive after posting our latest "selfie." Somehow we think the more exposed we are, the more admired we are, but in reality all we are is...well...more exposed. (Even if you're not on facebook, this movie applies to you).
Quest For Respect examines our willingness to compromise our values in an attempt to find a place to fit in, and explore our rational for getting involved in the use of drugs & alcohol, or aligning ourselves with bullies in order to find acceptance.
Quest For Respect demonstrates that true respect is a by-product of how we live our lives each day, how we react to crisis, and how we treat others and ourselves.