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DREAM STORE

What to know: Interesting concept about being patient with your dreams.
DREAM STORE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 10-18
25 minutes
VIDEO
PAWEL OLEARCZYK
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The concept of Dream Store is interesting, although the ideas never quite fully develop. Some scenes are confusing or have no explanation. However, it's a cool concept even though I don't really understand the rules of this universe and it is entertaining..

The storyline is about a young boy who goes to a Dream Store to buy a dream.

The story has a nice concept, although it is a bit odd and confusing. There are many scenes that I just don't understand. The cinematography is quite acceptable. The costumes are suitable to the story. The most interesting location is the dream store itself. However you don't get to see much of it. The music gives a very whimsical and mysterious vibe, which works really well for the style of the film. There are two instances of visual effects and both of them are pretty decent. The actors are quite good. I especially like the Dream Store guy. I like the ideas the film sparks and the possibilities it creates. It has a good message that kids will enjoy. The best line in the film is "you can't return a dream."

The message of the film is about being patient with your dreams. Some people may be concerned when the parents leave the young boy alone with the Dream Store guy, who they have just met and have no idea of who he is. Nothing happens, but it would be considered irresponsible to many.

I give Dream Store 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 10 to 18. You should know that the dialogue is in Polish with English subtitles. Reviewed by Calista B., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Reviewer

The concept of Dream Store is interesting, although the ideas never quite fully develop. Some scenes are confusing or have no explanation. However, it's a cool concept even though I don't really understand the rules of this universe and it is entertaining.

The storyline is about a young boy who goes to a Dream Store to buy a dream.

The story has a nice concept, although it is a bit odd and confusing. There are many scenes that I just don't understand. The cinematography is quite acceptable. The costumes are suitable to the story. The most interesting location is the dream store itself. However you don't get to see much of it. The music gives a very whimsical and mysterious vibe, which works really well for the style of the film. There are two instances of visual effects and both of them are pretty decent. The actors are quite good. I especially like the Dream Store guy. I like the ideas the film sparks and the possibilities it creates. It has a good message that kids will enjoy. The best line in the film is "you can't return a dream."

The message of the film is about being patient with your dreams. Some people may be concerned when the parents leave the young boy alone with the Dream Store guy, who they have just met and have no idea of who he is. Nothing happens, but it would be considered irresponsible to many.

I give Dream Store 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 10 to 18. You should know that the dialogue is in Polish with English subtitles. Reviewed by Calista B., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Reviewer

Kacper visits the Dream Store for his 10th birthday. From Poland
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