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PLANET 98475

What to know: Takes on some serious issues about what makes us human.
PLANET 98475 is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 10-15
8 minutes
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NOAH ZIELINSKI
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This is an admirably well done student film that takes on some serious issues about what makes us human. "Violence and anarchy - that's what destroyed our world in the first place. Having a heart is overrated, whether it pumps blood or electricity - is choosing the right thing to do." The camera work, to make it appear they are on another planet, is well done for a student film. The topic, about is explored through the relationship between a human teen and his AI robotic companion. When she almost "dies," his passion and appreciation for her reveal the feelings he has for her and when he almost dies, she shows the same allegiance to him. The story is well done through minimal dialogue and action. The visuals are acceptable with reasonably good video and audio. I believe children will appreciate the efforts by one of their peers. I recommend it for ages 10 to 15 and give it 4 out of 5 stars. REviewed by Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Juror.
This story is about the argument between a flesh and blood human and a artificial intelligence robot. The man and robot argue about who is human and who is not, while being stuck on planet 98475 by them selves. They have to learn how to get along.
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