Friendships Field (1995) - Rotten Tomatoes

Friendships Field (1995)

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While looking through her mother's old trunk, young Jane finds an aged crayon drawing. Her mother, Ira, explains that it contains a story from the summer of 1965 when she was 12 years old. And it was the last summer she would be a kid before having to work in the beet fields with her family. She was unsure what to expect when her father hired migrant workers to help withthe harvest. Despite prejudice shown by some of the locals, Ira and a young Mexican boy named Oscar build a friendship that overcomes culturaldifferences and endures the test of time.

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½

There are many lessons taught, sometimes rather clumsily, of tolerance and racism in this movie. Similarly, the acting is also sometimes clumsy. But Neibaur manages to put together a harmless family feature.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo
½

For anybody with a child ages 5-12 (or so), who wants them to see examples of acceptance and diversity, see this movie. Excellent, totally family-friendly, and yet not stupid at all either.

Lisa Whelpley
Lisa Whelpley

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