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WANDERER, THE (DAYO)

What to know: An 11-year-old boy, Bubuy tries to save his grandparents who were abducted in Elementalila - a mysterious, magical land abounding with creatures from Phillippine lower mythology.
WANDERER, THE (DAYO) is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
90 minutes
DVD
CUTTING EDGE PRODUCTIONS, INC.
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This Filipino film is exciting, easy to follow and, even though it is sub-titled, easy to read. The different animals and things that live in the underground world of Elementalia are interesting and only some may be slightly scary to youngest kids. Kids overall would love all the action that takes place such as Bubuy's search for ingredients for a potion and when bubuy and his friends work together to fight off the bad guys (a tree monster and wolves). There are small scene changes that look as if it was broken up for commercial breaks but they work to transition the scenes quite well. Although Anna (a vampire girl) is constantly rebelling against her father and his rules. Bubuy learns how to defeat his bullies in real life and learns to appreciate his grandparents.
An 11-year-old boy, Bubuy tries to save his grandparents who were abducted in Elementalila - a mysterious, magical land abounding with creatures from Phillippine lower mythology. The adventure transforms Bubuy from a timid, bullied kid into a strong, confident young man able to stand up for himself, to fight for his values, and to hold on with all his might to the things and, more importantly, the people dearest in his life.
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