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BEANS

What to know: While grocery shopping with her mother, Charlie is given a coin to the candy machine where she gets a handful of jellybeans.
BEANS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
7 minutes
DVD
BAD SPARKLE PRODUCTIONS
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Cute, non-narrative short. Beautifully shot, very cute kids, silly story. Amusing to follow the young girl's train of thought. Not at all accurate but a good case of "be careful of what you wish for." Apparently the girl didn't want to eat the last jelly bean because it was black and she didn't like that flavor. The girl finally plants her lone, black jelly bean only to be confronted with a 2 foot jelly bean tree covered with black jelly beans. The background accordion music is delightful and fills the dialogue void exceptionally well.
While grocery shopping with her mother, Charlie is given a coin to the candy machine where she gets a handful of jellybeans. She munches happily away until there is only one bean left. Not wanting to eat it, but not wanting to toss it either, Charlie tries to find another use for the lone jellybean. Eventually decides to grow her very own jelly bean tree in her backyard.
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