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CHASING RABBITS

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CHASING RABBITS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
12 minutes
DVD
JACOB SMITH 2017 FF
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This is a cute family-centered, female lead movie that is fun for the whole family. Just about anyone of any age would enjoy this. It's adventurous and suspenseful as we wonder whether Ericka's mom is a secret agent or if Ericka is just overreacting. The storyline follows a girl, Ericka, who thinks her mom is a spy. Ericka and her friend Maggie do a bit of their own spying to try to discover what Ericka's mom is up to, only to find out the other spy her mom is meeting is actually her dad. Little does she know that both of her parents have a big secret. Children will enjoy the spy aspect of this film. It's adventurous and fun and I think it would really keep kids hooked and on the edges of their seats, wondering how it's all going to turn out. Everything flows really well. It all makes perfect sense while watching it. The cinematography is done very well, especially the parts that were filmed by the drone. The drone is a very nice addition and contributed to the overall camera work. The sound is clear and understandable and the editing is quite smooth. While it is definitely suitable for the indicated aged group with age-appropriate language and easy to follow plot, it's also fun enough for parents and other adults to enjoy. I thoroughly enjoyed it and recommend it to the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Reviewed by Kelsey M., KIDS FIRST! Juror.
Thirteen year-old Ericka suspects her mom might be a spy and launches her own espionage effort - with her best friend - to find out what's really going on.
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