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TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF LOVE

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TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF LOVE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
6 minutes
VIDEO
ALYCE VEST
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Two Different Kinds of Love is such a beautiful and moving short film. The story is well thought out and has a beautiful message about the different types of love in life and in this family. The little girl is so excited to discover more about her personal adoption story.

I absolutely love how the mother explains her daughter's adoption story, especially the letter her birth mother wrote to her daughter. It is very moving. I feel this short film would make any adopted child feel special.

The 2D animation is beautifully created. I love the blurred scenes out the windows and the items in the Gotcha Day treasure box. The costumes and characters are very true to life and believable. The home setting works and is suitable. The background music supports the emotions in the various scenes.

The film is directed and animated by Alyce Vest whose vision and clarity comes through loud and clear. The voiceovers by Amanda Conrath and Delaney Humes are spot on. I particularly love the young girl's voice, especially her laughs and giggles. It is well written and paced. My favorite part is the opening of the Gotcha Day treasure box from the birth mother and reading her beautiful love poem.

The message of this film is about finding the type of love that comes from adopting a child. There is a special relationship between adoptive parents and their children.

I give Two Different Kinds of Love 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 18, plus adults. It is very moving and may produce a few tears from the audience. It is a beautiful story, beautifully told and would be a wonderful addition to a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Reviewed by Selene W., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

Two Different Kinds of Love is such a beautiful and moving short film. The story is well thought out and has a beautiful message about the different types of love in life and in this family. The little girl is so excited to discover more about her personal adoption story.

I absolutely love how the mother explains her daughter's adoption story, especially the letter her birth mother wrote to her daughter. It is very moving. I feel this short film would make any adopted child feel special.

The 2D animation is beautifully created. I love the blurred scenes out the windows and the items in the Gotcha Day treasure box. The costumes and characters are very true to life and believable. The home setting works and is suitable. The background music supports the emotions in the various scenes.

The film is directed and animated by Alyce Vest whose vision and clarity comes through loud and clear. The voiceovers by Amanda Conrath and Delaney Humes are spot on. I particularly love the young girl's voice, especially her laughs and giggles. It is well written and paced. My favorite part is the opening of the Gotcha Day treasure box from the birth mother and reading her beautiful love poem.

The message of this film is about finding the type of love that comes from adopting a child. There is a special relationship between adoptive parents and their children.

I give Two Different Kinds of Love 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 18, plus adults. It is very moving and may produce a few tears from the audience. It is a beautiful story, beautifully told and would be a wonderful addition to a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Reviewed by Selene W., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

A little girl is excited to discover more about her adoption story.
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