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Regardless of background, sophistication or home country, the kids all share a lovely sense of open-heartedness. They all talk about being part of a collective, and see the human race as a large extended family.
What emerges is a group of kids who are generally content but must confront the often confusing time between childhood and adolescence.
An enjoyable mishmash of young voices and faces poised between childhood and teenagerdom.
A smart, enjoyable portrait.
The project could easily have seemed like a smarmy Nickelodeon special or some variant of "Kids Say the Darndest Things," but Ms. Bailey's willingness to let the children talk and to let the viewer impose broader meaning elevates it.
The feature-length film ultimately becomes repetitive, with the lack of contextual information about the subjects' lives rendering the proceedings shallow.
Bailey proves that talking to the right 11-year-old can be the most educational and uplifting thing an adult can do.
Bailey clearly has a gift for intimacy, as she has no trouble getting inside the homes and, you could say, heads of her subjects.
Charming, thought-provoking global docu about childhood.
The film is pleasant enough as a facile anthropological exercise, though it reveals little insight.
Pearls of wisdom from the mouths of babes uttered with such heartfelt conviction that you want to believe them, even when you're a little skeptical.
An entertaining and appealing documentary about the hopes, dreams, and fears of eleven year olds around the world.
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