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AGRINOUI

What to know: Enjoyable, relateable.
AGRINOUI is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-9
20 minutes
DVD
ALEXIS CHAVIARAS
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Enjoyable story that kids can relate to. The plot is very appealing but the animation is a bit rudimentary. I really enjoyed the voice over talent, especially that of the bird. The story line flows well and it is very cheerful and happy. Most children will enjoy this, particularly the humor. I like that the message encourages teamwork and effort. A child would enjoy this movie because it is has a nice ending. The story is excellent and would make a good addition to any film festival. I recommend it for ages 5 to 9. The dialogue is in Greek with English sub-titles. Reviewed by Eden P.
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A young mare visits Cyprus to take part in races. Frustrated from failure, she abandons the racetrack after confronting her strict father. The mare will meet new friends who will try to help her find her lost courage.

Director's statement: The incredibly talented people that contributed to this production made this film a joy to create. This film aims to be appealing to a wide range of ages. So, no violence, no sex, no explosions! These apparent restrictions enabled the story to focus on the building of relationships between friends and the psychological challenge the protagonist is faced with. Certain philosophical matters that subtly deal with questions such as racism and the path to success will be easier to be picked up by the more mature members of the audience. In this film we also get to know Cyprus by seeing traditions in front of significant landmarks and by hearing Cypriot characters communicate in their native language.

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