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WOLF PACK, THE

What to know: Wholesome and relatable, especially to outcast kids.
WOLF PACK, THE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 7-18
15 minutes
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LYDIA BRUNA
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WOLF PACK, THE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
The Wolf Pack is very wholesome and the story is relatable, especially to outcast kids.

The story follows four lonely kids that are sent to a camp and forced to partake in a group adventure.

Each character is unique and they have fantastic chemistry. I became very invested in their friendship. The cinematography is quite good. Nothing stands out, aside from one scene showcasing a kid's struggle with gender, where the camera pans to a male bathroom sign. The costumes perfectly showcase the differences in each of the kids' personalities. The strength of this film is in its characters which are well defined and well-acted. They all have equal screen time and feel genuine. The acting and the bond between the characters is what held my attention most. Both are very genuine and the emotional scenes are very well acted.

The message is that being yourself is important, and so is the power of friendship.

I give The Wolf Pack 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 7 to 18, plus adults. This film is very relatable to kids, and could teach them a good moral. The dialogue is in German with English subtitles.

Reviewed by Calista B., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

The Wolf Pack is very wholesome and the story is relatable, especially to outcast kids.

The story follows four lonely kids that are sent to a camp and forced to partake in a group adventure.

Each character is unique and they have fantastic chemistry. I became very invested in their friendship. The cinematography is quite good. Nothing stands out, aside from one scene showcasing a kid's struggle with gender, where the camera pans to a male bathroom sign. The costumes perfectly showcase the differences in each of the kids' personalities. The strength of this film is in its characters which are well defined and well-acted. They all have equal screen time and feel genuine. The acting and the bond between the characters is what held my attention most. Both are very genuine and the emotional scenes are very well acted.

The message is that being yourself is important, and so is the power of friendship.

I give The Wolf Pack 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 7 to 18, plus adults. This film is very relatable to kids, and could teach them a good moral. The dialogue is in German with English subtitles.

Reviewed by Calista B., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

They couldn't be more different: Tilly, Queen of pranks, Sophie, a sporty Tomboy, Lilia who loves to experiment with make up and styling and Marla, who's always with her nose in a book. All four have been sent to a forest camp by their parents, to find new friends. They're four quite different loners, who happen to be in the same camp and at first don't really know what to do with each other. Finally during the big adventure parcours they start discovering each other's strengths. But the parcours isn't the only obstacle: apparently a Waldschrat lives in the forest. A mystical creature, a shape shifter, who lives in the deep woods and stubbornly, defends its territory. Only the bravest of the brave manage to get past it. ´┐ŻNonsense" the girls think at first. But maybe there's some truth about it after all?
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