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FRESH MEMORIES

What to know: What a sweet, insightful look at two ;youngmen who pursue their dreams by opening their own Boba Tea Shop.
FRESH MEMORIES is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
6 minutes
VIDEO
CHRISTIAN LEE
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I love the documentary Fresh Memories. It gives a deep dive into the owner's hard work that he puts into making the best tea he can. It talks a lot about his culture and experiences as well.

Fresh Memories is a student made documentary about two cousins, Terry and Eddie, who own their own boba tea shop, For Good Tea.

I love how the film talks about their feelings and what it means to them to sell tea. Eddie talks about his favorite memories with customers. The camera quality is great. I like the blend of archival footage, showing the boys in their youth, along with shots of their current day life. The background music is very catchy and fits the theme of the documentary. My favorite part of the film is when one of the cousins reminisces about when an old man told him that the tea they made reminded him of his grandmother's tea, and that made him happy. This is such a charming film about two people whose mission is simple and straightforward and how rewarding their work is for them both.

The message of the film is that hard work pays off.

I give Fresh memories 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 18, plus adults. It's a great documentary with a wonderful message. Reviewed by Kendall B., KIDS FIRST!

I love the documentary Fresh Memories. It gives a deep dive into the owner's hard work that he puts into making the best tea he can. It talks a lot about his culture and experiences as well.

Fresh Memories is a student made documentary about two cousins, Terry and Eddie, who own their own boba tea shop, For Good Tea.

I love how the film talks about their feelings and what it means to them to sell tea. Eddie talks about his favorite memories with customers. The camera quality is great. I like the blend of archival footage, showing the boys in their youth, along with shots of their current day life. The background music is very catchy and fits the theme of the documentary. My favorite part of the film is when one of the cousins reminisces about when an old man told him that the tea they made reminded him of his grandmother's tea, and that made him happy. This is such a charming film about two people whose mission is simple and straightforward and how rewarding their work is for them both.

The message of the film is that hard work pays off.

I give Fresh memories 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 18, plus adults. It's a great documentary with a wonderful message. Reviewed by Kendall B., KIDS FIRST!

This documentary follows Terry and Eddy, cousins and co-owners of For Good Tea. By making their own boba and boiling milk tea every morning, they hope to inspire and unite the next generation of Americans with just a simple drink.
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