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LILA LYMPHOCYTE SAVES THE DAY

What to know: When her family is brainwashed into attacking the very body they are sworn to protect, junior Immuniteam agent, Lila Lymphocyte, must travel through Timmy's body to determine the cause of the mysterious illness and stop it before it destroys them all.
LILA LYMPHOCYTE SAVES THE DAY is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-8
Screenplay
DANA WAX
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This screenplay makes a great discussion starter for explaining how the body works. It would work particularly well for science museums. While the main premise is somewhat controversial, the way it shows the inner workings of the body is brilliant. There is some kissing which isn't really appropriate and could be changed to hugs without losing the context. There is also some reckless driving modeled but the situation isn't replicable. The story details what could happen when we inject substances into our bodies, even if done for good purposes. It's very believable as it shows how the body gets taken over when one is ill but shows how the body heals itself. The story unfolds well as Timmy's body fights for survival. The characters are strong and you want the good to win, for Timmy to be okay and you're not sure how that will happen. It's a definite page turner. The ending is very satisfying with Timmy being saved and Lila realizing that she can fight the viruses. It also shows how the body continuously works to keep itself healthy.
When her family is brainwashed into attacking the very body they are sworn to protect, junior Immuniteam agent, Lila Lymphocyte, must travel through Timmy's body to determine the cause of the mysterious illness and stop it before it destroys them all.
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