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VICTOR AND THE VANQUISHED, THE (KAUN JEETA KAUN HARA)

What to know: Young Pappu, lives with his grandfather and grandmother during the holidays and tries to understand the reason behind the quarrels between them.
VICTOR AND THE VANQUISHED, THE (KAUN JEETA KAUN HARA) is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
40 minutes
DVD
WORLDKIDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTVAL
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Victor invites the audience to discover with him why men always seem to lose household fights and how to lose gracefully. The cinematography is well done and the camera shots from interesting angles. For example, during an exchange between the grandpa and the grandson, it shows the view from both of their perspectives and turns the supposedly serious scene into satire. There are subtitles but they appear and go away very quickly. It is very difficult to keep up with them. The film explores who "wins" in fights between married people. The message definitely promotes that it does not matter who winds a fight, but how to lose gracefully. It is a wonderful exploration of a different culture. The quality of this production varies. There are sound effects for small things such as dropping a bowl but the sound doesn't always match the timing of the action.
Young Pappu, lives with his grandfather and grandmother during the holidays and tries to understand the reason behind the quarrels between them. Why do they fight so much? Do they hate each other? Or, is this a way for them to express their love?
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