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BABY PROJECT, THE

What to know: Talks about something very important - parent/child relationships.
BABY PROJECT, THE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 12-18
8 minutes
VIDEO
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The Baby Project is amazing! I like that it talks about something very important - parent/child relationships. Will parents care about the child? Give it attention? This films talks about this, without any fear.

This documentary is a wonderful short film that is educational for parents - reminding them to really pay attention and take care of their children properly.

The images and information in this film are sort of thrown at you in multiple montages, both visual and auditory. I like the idea of it, and the topic it addresses, however I found the presentation for the first three minutes to be a bit overwhelming. The cinematography is good, but the editing is so quick and layered with multiple voices, which gets to be a bit too much. Once it calms down, at about 3:43, it is much more palatable. We all know that being a parent is one of the most challenging things in a person's life. And most people are very ill prepared to take on the role of a parent. I'm not sure that this film helps parents learn how to be better parents, but it certainly has some good ideas. I commend the director his work in creating this. My favorite part is the second portion of the film, when it reminds parents of things kids need in order to grow and prosper.

The message of the film is that, we can learn to be the parent we want to be. Don't be violent. Listen to good advice. Do your best. Be an active parent.

I give The Baby Project 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. By Anna Clara B. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

The Baby Project is amazing! I like that it talks about something very important - parent/child relationships. Will parents care about the child? Give it attention? This films talks about this, without any fear.

This documentary is a wonderful short film that is educational for parents - reminding them to really pay attention and take care of their children properly.

The images and information in this film are sort of thrown at you in multiple montages, both visual and auditory. I like the idea of it, and the topic it addresses, however I found the presentation for the first three minutes to be a bit overwhelming. The cinematography is good, but the editing is so quick and layered with multiple voices, which gets to be a bit too much. Once it calms down, at about 3:43, it is much more palatable. We all know that being a parent is one of the most challenging things in a person's life. And most people are very ill prepared to take on the role of a parent. I'm not sure that this film helps parents learn how to be better parents, but it certainly has some good ideas. I commend the director his work in creating this. My favorite part is the second portion of the film, when it reminds parents of things kids need in order to grow and prosper.

The message of the film is that, we can learn to be the parent we want to be. Don't be violent. Listen to good advice. Do your best. Be an active parent.

I give The Baby Project 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. By Anna Clara B. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

It is one thing to give birth. It is another to be a parent. Parenting impacts the world - and it is time for people to pause and examine if they should be a parent, how to improve parenting, and commit to resolving their own issues that adversely affect children.
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