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HUNTER AND THE GIRL WITH POKEMON, THE

What to know: All lives matter! This film delivers a beautiful message about how animal lives are important and hunting as a sport doesn't make sense.
HUNTER AND THE GIRL WITH POKEMON, THE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 10-18
17 minutes
VIDEO
DIDIER WIRICKX
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All lives matter! This film teaches the concept that all lives matters, including the animal that hunters kill because hunting is a sport.

This short film is about an old man name Maurice and his two friends that go hunting on Maurice's property. Maurice walks into the forest. When he hears a noise he aims his rifle in the direction of the noise. He is about ready to shoot the animal until he finds out it's a little girl named Jenny who is lost in the forest because she got distracted while playing Pok�mon on her cell phone. After chatting with Jenny, Maurice's life is changed for good.

The title of this film is confusing because Pok�mon has nothing to do with the storyline. The camera work is good as are the costumes and the location. All fit the story. Jenny is dressed in a white dress that gives the viewer the idea that she is almost a fictional character - an angel perhaps, certainly an innocent being. The actors who play Maurice and Jenny are quite suited to their roles. The hunter, Maurice, has a certain coarseness to him, which changes its tone when he encounters the young girl.

The film delivers a beautiful message about how animal lives are important and hunting as a sport doesn't make sense. Humans should not kill animals for fun. You should know that the dialogue is in French with English subtitles.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 14, plus adults. Reviewed by Ethan P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

All lives matter! This film teaches the concept that all lives matters, including the animal that hunters kill because hunting is a sport.

This short film is about an old man name Maurice and his two friends that go hunting on Maurice's property. Maurice walks into the forest. When he hears a noise he aims his rifle in the direction of the noise. He is about ready to shoot the animal until he finds out it's a little girl named Jenny who is lost in the forest because she got distracted while playing Pok�mon on her cell phone. After chatting with Jenny, Maurice's life is changed for good.

The title of this film is confusing because Pok�mon has nothing to do with the storyline. The camera work is good as are the costumes and the location. All fit the story. Jenny is dressed in a white dress that gives the viewer the idea that she is almost a fictional character - an angel perhaps, certainly an innocent being. The actors who play Maurice and Jenny are quite suited to their roles. The hunter, Maurice, has a certain coarseness to him, which changes its tone when he encounters the young girl.

The film delivers a beautiful message about how animal lives are important and hunting as a sport doesn't make sense. Humans should not kill animals for fun. You should know that the dialogue is in French with English subtitles.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 14, plus adults. Reviewed by Ethan P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

Maurice, a seventy years old man, walks in the forest; when he hears a noise. The old man aims his rifle in the direction the noise is coming from. He is ready to kill the animal. At this time, Maurices' life will change for ever.
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