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DELHI DAYS

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DELHI DAYS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
5 minutes
VIDEO
ESHAAN MANI
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This is a lovely tribute to this young boy's relationship with his dad. I love learning about his dad's history and seeing the images from his youth.

The story is told by a young boy about his father's history. We learn about the history of an Indian man who immigrated to the USA as he reminisces about his youth - his home, where he went to school, and his relationship with his friends.

The camerawork is quite good. There are some places where the lighting could use some help, but the audio is very clear throughout, including the background sounds of traditional Indian music. The boy's dad narrates the story most of the time, except for the boy's introduction and he speaks clearly and easily. It's enjoyable listening to and watching him. It ends a bit abruptly. I wanted to see a bit more of a wrap up at the end. My favorite parts are the images in India from the man's youth. They allow you insight into where he came from and how he got to where he is now.

The message of the film is about this man's history and how people and places affected him and made him the man he is today.

I give Delhi Days 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 18, plus adults. By Pamela L., KIDS FIRST!

This is a lovely tribute to this young boy's relationship with his dad. I love learning about his dad's history and seeing the images from his youth.

The story is told by a young boy about his father's history. We learn about the history of an Indian man who immigrated to the USA as he reminisces about his youth - his home, where he went to school, and his relationship with his friends.

The camerawork is quite good. There are some places where the lighting could use some help, but the audio is very clear throughout, including the background sounds of traditional Indian music. The boy's dad narrates the story most of the time, except for the boy's introduction and he speaks clearly and easily. It's enjoyable listening to and watching him. It ends a bit abruptly. I wanted to see a bit more of a wrap up at the end. My favorite parts are the images in India from the man's youth. They allow you insight into where he came from and how he got to where he is now.

The message of the film is about this man's history and how people and places affected him and made him the man he is today.

I give Delhi Days 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 18, plus adults. By Pamela L., KIDS FIRST!

An Indian immigrant looks back on his childhood days, reminiscing about his house, his school, and his escapades with friends.
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