Watch Kids' Reviews of
INTERFACE

What to know: Cute student animiated short.
INTERFACE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 6-18
6 minutes
VIDEO
ALEXANDER GORDILLO
Listen to reviews on our radio show Listen to KIDS FIRST! Radio Coming Attractions on VoiceAmerica
INTERFACE cover image
I really enjoyed the student animated film, Interface. The animation is really cute and the story is engaging. It feels like a story that a lot of people can relate to, especially in the past year.

The storyline is about a boy that is obsessed with virtual reality and is brought back into the real world by an intruder.

The story is simple, yet engaging. It is a story that has become increasingly relatable to the current generation, due to the desire for escapism. The animation is very beautiful, especially in the first few shots of the outside world. The costumes suit the story and are very beautiful. They also help enhance the message that you should appreciate the real world. The main character has an easily discernible personality and his arc is very believable and compelling. He's someone many people can relate to. My favorite parts about this are the animation and art style, specifically the landscapes. They are extremely beautiful and nice to look at.

The message is that we should appreciate the beauty of the real world. Note that it does show kids doing risky things that kids might imitate such as when the boy tries to climb up a tree and ends up falling.

I give Interface 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 6 to 18. The animation is appealing and the message is relatable to kids today. By Calista B., KIDS FIRST!

I really enjoyed the student animated film, Interface. The animation is really cute and the story is engaging. It feels like a story that a lot of people can relate to, especially in the past year.

The storyline is about a boy that is obsessed with virtual reality and is brought back into the real world by an intruder.

The story is simple, yet engaging. It is a story that has become increasingly relatable to the current generation, due to the desire for escapism. The animation is very beautiful, especially in the first few shots of the outside world. The costumes suit the story and are very beautiful. They also help enhance the message that you should appreciate the real world. The main character has an easily discernible personality and his arc is very believable and compelling. He's someone many people can relate to. My favorite parts about this are the animation and art style, specifically the landscapes. They are extremely beautiful and nice to look at.

The message is that we should appreciate the beauty of the real world. Note that it does show kids doing risky things that kids might imitate such as when the boy tries to climb up a tree and ends up falling.

I give Interface 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 6 to 18. The animation is appealing and the message is relatable to kids today. By Calista B., KIDS FIRST!

A virtual reality obsessed loner must come to grips with the sudden intrusion of a live but illusive being in his otherwise orderly world.
You too can become a film critic!
KIDS FIRST! Goes Local: Submit a review & win!

NEW SEARCH
Kid movie news & Free DVDs:
Join KIDS FIRST! on Twitter Join KIDS FIRST! on YouTube Join KIDS FIRST! on Instagram Join KIDS FIRST! on Facebook Join KIDS FIRST! on Pinterest