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PEAK, THE

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PEAK, THE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
5 minutes
VIDEO
MAYUMI TACHIKAWA
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Wonderful piece of animation. Imaginative and well executed. Sort of Alice in Wonderland meets Where the Wild Things Are with great imagery and superb background music and sound effects. I love it! However, I do not recommend it for kids under age 7, as it may be way too frightening. There are lots of images that are straight out of the box scary. For older kids, say 8 to 18, plus adults, this would be a fun romp and reminder of the times that they have been afraid of the dark. And, when you have to use the potty in the dark, it is definitely compounded. Reviewed by Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Adult Juror.
Wonderful piece of animation. Imaginative and well executed. Sort of Alice in Wonderland meets Where the Wild Things Are with great imagery and superb background music and sound effects. I love it! However, I do not recommend it for kids under age 7, as it may be way too frightening. There are lots of images that are straight out of the box scary. For older kids, say 8 to 18, plus adults, this would be a fun romp and reminder of the times that they have been afraid of the dark. And, when you have to use the potty in the dark, it is definitely compounded. Reviewed by Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Adult Juror.
In the middle of the night... Sarah wakes up as she wants to go to the bathroom. As she leaves her room, she finds herself alone in the dark hallway, and it is really creepy. Even the toys she left out look totally different from how they looked during the day. Sarah finally pulls herself together and starts to move forward, with her animal doll friend named Steven, who's got a shiny nose to show her way, but - she trips! When she picks herself up off the ground, she finds herself in a creepy forest with a tall toilet tower in the distance...It must be an imaginary world born from her fear. Can she make it to the bathroom with help from Steven?? This is an adventure story familiar to all of us, to overcome your fear of the dark when nature calls!
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