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CHILD INVISIBLE

What to know: A bit confusing, is this girl's mother dead, or just invisible? Is this the past of the future? Why would a father leave his young daughter home alone all day, or is this an accurate depiction of this time period (early 1900s).
CHILD INVISIBLE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
28 minutes
DVD
BETHE GORDON
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A bit confusing, is this girl's mother dead, or just invisible? Is this the past of the future? Why would a father leave his young daughter home alone all day, or is this an accurate depiction of this time period (early 1900s). It's interesting although somewhat dark and fantastical. Well filmed and well acted. Both father and daughter learn that research is never as important as love and family. Odd, but worth watching.
Noemie Higgens, an eleven-year-old prodigy, desires to remember her deceased mother. She enlists the help of a scientist, who secretly agrees to help her complete her mother's experiment. Noemie must decide if the experiment is worth the risk.
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