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THERE IS ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY!

What to know: The film puts out an interesting question about what qualifies as healthy food.
THERE IS ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY! is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 7-18
7 minutes
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JINOS AKHTARKHAVARI
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The film puts out an interesting question about what qualifies as healthy food. It's well presented and leaves it up to the viewer to make up their own mind.

The storyline follows three young children at a play date. All is fun and happy until the mom brings out a platter of snacks. One little boy claims that the snacks aren't healthy and the mom shrugs him off, saying, "maybe it's more polite to eat whatever people offer us." The question is to decipher whether food is healthy or not. The boy questions whether the snacks served are nutritious or not. One person claims that the snacks aren't healthy; another says it is healthy enough and there's enough food to go around. It makes one question whether or not the snacks served were healthy or not. If not, why did the mom serve it. The film ends with a statement about how chemicals in food shape our DNA, followed by a message on screen saying, "There's enough for everyone." Are we serving our children unhealthy food?

The production work is quite satisfactory. My favorite camera shots are those of the children playing, without dialogue. The montages of the children playing in the bright afternoon and the light shining down on them are lovely. The soft, calming background music drives the non-narrative scenes, creating a calm atmosphere to the topic of this film, which is rather confrontational. The child actors are quite young. It's amazing that they were able to memorize their lines and deliver such strong performances. All the young actors stand out in their own unique way. The film made me want to be more conscious of what I eat and makes me want to be healthier. My favorite part of the film is the montage of the children playing, showcasing the beauty of youth and innocence.

The message is to be aware of what you eat and make sure it's healthy. At a young age, the children are discovering what is best to eat and what is not, ensuring healthy choices are made.

I give this film 3 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 6 to 12. I believe any family should watch this film to spread awareness about the importance of eating healthy from a young age. Reviewed by Heather S., KIDS FIRST!

The film puts out an interesting question about what qualifies as healthy food. It's well presented and leaves it up to the viewer to make up their own mind.

The storyline follows three young children at a play date. All is fun and happy until the mom brings out a platter of snacks. One little boy claims that the snacks aren't healthy and the mom shrugs him off, saying, "maybe it's more polite to eat whatever people offer us." The question is to decipher whether food is healthy or not. The boy questions whether the snacks served are nutritious or not. One person claims that the snacks aren't healthy; another says it is healthy enough and there's enough food to go around. It makes one question whether or not the snacks served were healthy or not. If not, why did the mom serve it. The film ends with a statement about how chemicals in food shape our DNA, followed by a message on screen saying, "There's enough for everyone." Are we serving our children unhealthy food?

The production work is quite satisfactory. My favorite camera shots are those of the children playing, without dialogue. The montages of the children playing in the bright afternoon and the light shining down on them are lovely. The soft, calming background music drives the non-narrative scenes, creating a calm atmosphere to the topic of this film, which is rather confrontational. The child actors are quite young. It's amazing that they were able to memorize their lines and deliver such strong performances. All the young actors stand out in their own unique way. The film made me want to be more conscious of what I eat and makes me want to be healthier. My favorite part of the film is the montage of the children playing, showcasing the beauty of youth and innocence.

The message is to be aware of what you eat and make sure it's healthy. At a young age, the children are discovering what is best to eat and what is not, ensuring healthy choices are made.

I give this film 3 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 6 to 12. I believe any family should watch this film to spread awareness about the importance of eating healthy from a young age. Reviewed by Heather S., KIDS FIRST!

A 6-year-old boy, Alvand, is concerned about his best friend's health (Elena), when he finds out that unhealthy food is being produced in Elena's parents' factory and he cannot do anything about it, he solves his problem in his own way.
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