The Kids Talk Film: BRAVE

Contributing Writer; Toronto, Canada (@triflic)
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The Kids Talk Film:  BRAVE
ScreenAnarchy is certainly not the youngest of movie websites, and a number of the writing staff have children that are old enough to understand and consume media in a way that is both raw and fresh, but also with the inklings of consideration.  In short, this is the age where many of us fall in love with the movies.  Thus, we are offering you the perspective of smaller children as they react to seeing quality cinema on the big screen.  

Last seen in these pages talking about the works of Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata and the folks at Studio Ghibli, Willem (Aged 9) and Miranda (Aged 7) have a look at the new Pixar film, Brave.  Up for discussion in the video below are the foibles of Mothers and Daughters, Kings and Curses, Will-O-The-Wisps and Kodamas, why Merida and Elinor spend so much time fishing, and the all important question concerning the Witch in the forest who seems only to do Bear magic.  

The entire archives of Kids Talk Film can be found over at Vimeo including discussion on films as varied as Time Bandits, 2001:  A Space Odyssey and Fantastic Mr. Fox.
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