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LITTLE FROG

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LITTLE FROG is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
8 minutes
VIDEO
SOREN FLENG
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Oh my, what a tale. I love the animation and the wacky storyline, but let's hope that children don't replicate Little Frog's behavior. At first he seems adorable, but as time goes by, he turns out to be an absolute nightmare. I love the animation. It's fanciful and fun, from the snow-covered rooftops at the beginning to the interior of the Frog Family's house and more. The frog's behavior quickly moves from cute to horrific, as he seems intent on destroying everything in his path. The family takes him to therapy, blame themselves for his behavior and eventually Little Frog hops on a train and travels far away, ending up on a mountain top consulting a shaman with long white hair and beard. But, that doesn't work out so well either. The ending is splendid and possibly reminds you of actual people whose behavior took them to a similar place.

The message here is that you never know what's down the road for even the oddest people (or frogs).

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 12, due to the fact that the dialog is in Danish with English subtitles. You have to be able to read to enjoy this, unless you speak or understand Danish. Reviewed by Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

Oh my, what a tale. I love the animation and the wacky storyline, but let's hope that children don't replicate Little Frog's behavior. At first he seems adorable, but as time goes by, he turns out to be an absolute nightmare. I love the animation. It's fanciful and fun, from the snow-covered rooftops at the beginning to the interior of the Frog Family's house and more. The frog's behavior quickly moves from cute to horrific, as he seems intent on destroying everything in his path. The family takes him to therapy, blame themselves for his behavior and eventually Little Frog hops on a train and travels far away, ending up on a mountain top consulting a shaman with long white hair and beard. But, that doesn't work out so well either. The ending is splendid and possibly reminds you of actual people whose behavior took them to a similar place.

The message here is that you never know what's down the road for even the oddest people (or frogs).

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 12, due to the fact that the dialog is in Danish with English subtitles. You have to be able to read to enjoy this, unless you speak or understand Danish. Reviewed by Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

A cute little frog lands right in the middle of the little frog family's dinner. At first, he is adorable, but soon he turned upside down by it all. Can a Little Frog really be that badly behaved?
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