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LET'S TALK ABOUT FARTS

What to know: True to its title, kids are interviewed and professionals consulted.
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Recommended age 5-12
2 minutes
VIDEO
GREG RUNNELS
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What kid doesn't like talking about farts! The kids who are interviewed in Let's Talk About Farts are hilarious. The narrator is informative.

This film explains the biology behind farts and the multiple words used to describe them. Parents interview their children about different types of farts, while the children interpret farts using sound effects made by their mouths.

This film does not have a true story line, but is informative. I guess you could call it a documentary. I enjoyed the multiple voices of the different kids. The narrator is filmed in a clear way in portrait mode which allows the audience to focus on her and gives off a professional look. The interviews were filmed by the parents and are more informal with some shakiness. The children are interviewed in their own homes, sometimes on couches and sometimes at a table. This makes the film feel very natural, but also makes it more difficult to control the quality. The sound effects of farts made by the children add humor. The only shortcoming of it is that the sound is very uneven - loud at one point, too soft at another. It includes a short animated video of the stomach and gas bubbles which allows the viewer to better understand the science of farts.

This is a documentary type of film so all of the actors play themselves. The main character is the narrator, Dr. Mercer, who is a gastroenterologist and an expert in everything related to the gut. My favorite part is when a mother asks her son "Do spiders fart?" The son answers, "nooooooooo!" That scene made me laugh out loud.

The theme of the film is: everybody farts and it's normal.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12. This is a funny film that would make a great interstitial at a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. It will surely make people laugh. Reviewed by Nyara A.

What kid doesn't like talking about farts! The kids who are interviewed in Let's Talk About Farts are hilarious. The narrator is informative.

This film explains the biology behind farts and the multiple words used to describe them. Parents interview their children about different types of farts, while the children interpret farts using sound effects made by their mouths.

This film does not have a true story line, but is informative. I guess you could call it a documentary. I enjoyed the multiple voices of the different kids. The narrator is filmed in a clear way in portrait mode which allows the audience to focus on her and gives off a professional look. The interviews were filmed by the parents and are more informal with some shakiness. The children are interviewed in their own homes, sometimes on couches and sometimes at a table. This makes the film feel very natural, but also makes it more difficult to control the quality. The sound effects of farts made by the children add humor. The only shortcoming of it is that the sound is very uneven - loud at one point, too soft at another. It includes a short animated video of the stomach and gas bubbles which allows the viewer to better understand the science of farts.

This is a documentary type of film so all of the actors play themselves. The main character is the narrator, Dr. Mercer, who is a gastroenterologist and an expert in everything related to the gut. My favorite part is when a mother asks her son "Do spiders fart?" The son answers, "nooooooooo!" That scene made me laugh out loud.

The theme of the film is: everybody farts and it's normal.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12. This is a funny film that would make a great interstitial at a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. It will surely make people laugh. Reviewed by Nyara A.

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