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MY SISTER SKIPPED A GRADE

What to know: Sibling competition shown in an expressive and charming way.
MY SISTER SKIPPED A GRADE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
25 minutes
VIDEO
ASAF YECHESKEL
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MY SISTER SKIPPED A GRADE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
My Sister Skipped a Grade is so cute. The kids are pretty relatable in a very dramatic way. The competition between sisters is pretty common and the added flair of drama makes it really fun to watch. The supporting characters' silly antics also add to the fun.

This award-winning Israeli film shows the life of two high school sisters, who are always in competition with each other and constantly struggle to identify with their individual identify and still appreciate each other.

I really like the expressiveness and charm of these characters. Each has its own quirks that stand out, such as the leading character Michal's insecurity, which is so obvious on her face and in so many other ways.

The background music is used in dramatic moments in a very cheeky, fun way. What stands out is the use of music at times when a problem is attempting to be resolved. It also stands out for the transitional and high moments. The main characters, the sisters, are very good at the dramatic personalities required for this show and it adds to the cute and silly high school drama that ensues.

The message of this film is to not let your personal insecurities get in the way of your relationships with your loved ones.

I give My Sister Skipped a Grade 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to18. The dialogue is in Hebrew with English includes subtitles. Reviewed by Melissa M. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Jurors

My Sister Skipped a Grade is so cute. The kids are pretty relatable in a very dramatic way. The competition between sisters is pretty common and the added flair of drama makes it really fun to watch. The supporting characters' silly antics also add to the fun.

This award-winning Israeli film shows the life of two high school sisters, who are always in competition with each other and constantly struggle to identify with their individual identify and still appreciate each other.

I really like the expressiveness and charm of these characters. Each has its own quirks that stand out, such as the leading character Michal's insecurity, which is so obvious on her face and in so many other ways.

The background music is used in dramatic moments in a very cheeky, fun way. What stands out is the use of music at times when a problem is attempting to be resolved. It also stands out for the transitional and high moments. The main characters, the sisters, are very good at the dramatic personalities required for this show and it adds to the cute and silly high school drama that ensues.

The message of this film is to not let your personal insecurities get in the way of your relationships with your loved ones.

I give My Sister Skipped a Grade 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to18. The dialogue is in Hebrew with English includes subtitles. Reviewed by Melissa M. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Jurors

The Series tells the story of two sisters - teenager Michal (Mia Bakowski) and her little sister Ronnie (Bar Minialy), who skipped two classes and now attends high school with her.
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