Bree, a young girl from Kerala, has a sweetheart and a cute little sister.
Bree, 15, was living in Mumbai with her sister and her parents when her parents were murdered.
Bree’s parents were killed by her parents in 2011 when Bree was 15 years old.
Bree has spent much of her life in Mumbai, but when she was about to turn 14, she decided to return home.
She says the experience made her feel special.
“I thought I would be happy to live in a village like this.
I felt so safe here.
Bree is so close to her sister, who is also 15 years older, she visits regularly and says she is looking forward to spending more time with her. “
Bree is now living in a community in Kolkata called the Friendship Bread.
So I had to look after my sister. “
My family was not able to have children.
So I had to look after my sister.
So the friendship bread is the place where I can spend more time,” she says.
Bree says she loves to bake and bake often.
“Whenever I have something to make, I make it and put it in my mouth.
I also have a passion for photography.
I love to capture my life,” she adds.
Bree and her sister are now the subject of a documentary film called The Most Amazing Thing When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Girl.
It was shot at Friendship Bread, a new community in Kerala, in collaboration with The National Geographic Society.
Bree hopes to make a documentary about the Friendship Bakery and the people who live there.
Bree will be the first person to visit the Friendship bakery in Kovalam, in the south of Kerala, for the documentary.
Bree lives in a house with her family.
She and her siblings have a small apartment in the neighbourhood.
Her mother has moved to the Friendship bread to live with her daughters.
“We have all the things that people have, like our home, the clothes, the books, the toys, the money.
We have everything,” she said.
Bree also loves to cook and bake.
She has been to Mumbai and spent some time with the National Geographic team.
The Friendship Bread community is home to around 40 families living together.
“People love each other.
They talk, share, make memories.
And then, they go back to the bakery for a meal,” Bree said.
The documentary will cover the Friendship Bakehouse and the other Friendship Breads in Kerala.
It will also explore the life of the bakery owner, who lives in Kannur.
The director of the documentary said it is a story of love, and the community at Friendship bread is also part of the story.
“It’s a story about friendship and family, about the community, and about love,” said Shashi Ranganathan, who shot the film with her friend Shailesh Saini.
Bree loves to go out to see friends.
She likes to spend time with other kids and their friends, she says, and has been planning to go back home.
“When I was 14, I was really lonely and I was thinking about what I wanted to do when I grew up,” Bree says.
The story of friendship has been a key part of her journey.
She is the first to visit and make a film about the friendship bakery, and it has been very rewarding.
“The story of the Friendship Bakeries in Kerala has been so inspirational to me,” Bree adds.
There are people all around me, who love me and support me and give me their love and their support.”