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FAIRY TAIL

What to know: Cute as can be, Great way to poke fun at romance.
FAIRY TAIL is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 12-18
4 minutes
VIDEO
ABOVE THE LINE ENTERTAINMENT
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Fairy Tale is about woman who meets an unlikely home intruder and dreams about a relationship with that character.

I LOVE this short film so much that I wish that I had made it! The scenes are absolutely hysterical and poke fun at romance. It is light and highly entertaining. I love all the romantic scenes that are so typecast. They are sweet and funny. The scenes where they are sleeping together and giving birth are really unsuitable for younger children.

The production is top notch. The camera angles are great, especially when following the mouse from the mouse's point of view. The costumes for Anna and the mouse are perfect. I love the wedding scene and the mouse costume best. There are so many romantic sets and locations. I love the picnic set best. The music by Andy Stermer definitely drives the storyline, especially the dramatic music at beginning and the sounds of glass breaking when the intruder enters the house. The music pushes the story throughout as there is very little dialogue. The puppetry is excellent. My favorite visual effects scene is when mouse is running away from Anna in the beginning when she first finds him in the kitchen. The ending scene with all the little mice creating havoc was likely to have been the most difficult to create and it is really fun. Leslie Vincent plays Anna and she is amazing. I love all of her facial expressions.

The message of this film is to enjoy life and laughter. This short film is made to entertain.

It has no nudity, but the bed and birth scenes definitely define the target age.

I give this film 5 out of 5 stars and recommend for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. It's entertaining and hysterical. Makes everyone feel good and pokes some fun at romance. Reviewed by Selene W. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic and KIDS FIRST! Juror.

Fairy Tale is about woman who meets an unlikely home intruder and dreams about a relationship with that character.

I LOVE this short film so much that I wish that I had made it! The scenes are absolutely hysterical and poke fun at romance. It is light and highly entertaining. I love all the romantic scenes that are so typecast. They are sweet and funny. The scenes where they are sleeping together and giving birth are really unsuitable for younger children.

The production is top notch. The camera angles are great, especially when following the mouse from the mouse's point of view. The costumes for Anna and the mouse are perfect. I love the wedding scene and the mouse costume best. There are so many romantic sets and locations. I love the picnic set best. The music by Andy Stermer definitely drives the storyline, especially the dramatic music at beginning and the sounds of glass breaking when the intruder enters the house. The music pushes the story throughout as there is very little dialogue. The puppetry is excellent. My favorite visual effects scene is when mouse is running away from Anna in the beginning when she first finds him in the kitchen. The ending scene with all the little mice creating havoc was likely to have been the most difficult to create and it is really fun. Leslie Vincent plays Anna and she is amazing. I love all of her facial expressions.

The message of this film is to enjoy life and laughter. This short film is made to entertain.

It has no nudity, but the bed and birth scenes definitely define the target age.

I give this film 5 out of 5 stars and recommend for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. It's entertaining and hysterical. Makes everyone feel good and pokes some fun at romance. Reviewed by Selene W. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic and KIDS FIRST! Juror.

A hopeless romantic discovers an unlikely intruder and finds love at first fight. Suspense... Romance... Puppets!
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