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QUARANTWEEN MUSIC VIDEO

What to know: This music video is certainly an accurate and comedic look at quarantine from the Point of View of a tween.
QUARANTWEEN MUSIC VIDEO is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
3 minutes
VIDEO
SAMANTHA PICKETT
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Quarantween Music Video is an accurate and comedic overview of quarantine from the point of view of a tween. The lyrics are well-written, though often overused. The piano sounds good with the lyrics, despite sometimes not being completely in sync.

This student film features a tween, Samantha Pickett, describing different aspects of life while being in quarantine. This includes humorous, obvious and unapparent details.

This short film has the same lyrics repeated throughout, with a couple lines that change each time the chorus is repeated. However, the repeated lyrics are meaningful and impactful. The cinematography is primarily one shot, of a medium shot of the girl singing. We do also see her hands on the piano at times, which shows us that she is playing the piano herself. Her face is well lit and everything in the shot feels very natural. The location is a simple, neutral background that fits the tone of the song and the lyrics. The piano music is great. It fits very well with the lyrics. The sole character is a young girl singing about her life in quarantine. Her personality stands out and adds a personal touch to the music. The camerawork is very well done and her face is well lit. It seems natural; she doesn't appear overly covered in makeup or inappropriate attire. My favorite part of the film is the comedic lyrics. They are so relatable and so funny.

The message of this film is that everyone was going through similar things during quarantine. If we can be positive and support each other whenever possible, the world could be a lot better.

I give Quarantween Music Video 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 12. It's a quick, fun watch that will make kids and families laugh!

Reviewed by Kyla C., KIDS FIRST!

Quarantween Music Video is an accurate and comedic overview of quarantine from the point of view of a tween. The lyrics are well-written, though often overused. The piano sounds good with the lyrics, despite sometimes not being completely in sync.

This student film features a tween, Samantha Pickett, describing different aspects of life while being in quarantine. This includes humorous, obvious and unapparent details.

This short film has the same lyrics repeated throughout, with a couple lines that change each time the chorus is repeated. However, the repeated lyrics are meaningful and impactful. The cinematography is primarily one shot, of a medium shot of the girl singing. We do also see her hands on the piano at times, which shows us that she is playing the piano herself. Her face is well lit and everything in the shot feels very natural. The location is a simple, neutral background that fits the tone of the song and the lyrics. The piano music is great. It fits very well with the lyrics. The sole character is a young girl singing about her life in quarantine. Her personality stands out and adds a personal touch to the music. The camerawork is very well done and her face is well lit. It seems natural; she doesn't appear overly covered in makeup or inappropriate attire. My favorite part of the film is the comedic lyrics. They are so relatable and so funny.

The message of this film is that everyone was going through similar things during quarantine. If we can be positive and support each other whenever possible, the world could be a lot better.

I give Quarantween Music Video 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 12. It's a quick, fun watch that will make kids and families laugh!

Reviewed by Kyla C., KIDS FIRST!

A tween sits down to write a song for an art competition about changing the world, but time seems to slow down as she checks her text messages instead.
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