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FIREWALKER

What to know: Narrating her ordeal in the heroic rescue of her kidnapped cousin on the fiery banks of the volcano, Kilauea, a spirited teen salvages her reputation and taps into her legacy as a Hawaiian firewalker.
FIREWALKER is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
Screenplay
JENNIFER MARTIN
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Alana is accused by a classmate of lying about her firewalking experiences. She tells the stories of her adventures to interested students and by the end of the story the student come to appreciate her tales and realize that she is telling the truth. This would be an entertaining film that could offer children a glimpse into other cultures. Nicely deals with bullying. Flashbacks between school and her summer in Hawaii keeps the story moving well. Teaches a lot about Hawaiian culture and religious beliefs. An adventurous and entertaining story. Some minor negative aspects in the screenplay were unnecessary; minor swearing and mentions of groping and sexual harassment.
Narrating her ordeal in the heroic rescue of her kidnapped cousin on the fiery banks of the volcano, Kilauea, a spirited teen salvages her reputation and taps into her legacy as a Hawaiian firewalker.
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