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Though aimed at children, this 2013 French documentary is the sort of direct, expressive, and compassionate filmmaking that can be appreciated by anyone.
Dispensing with any heated rhetoric about the sorry state of education, director Pascal Plisson instead allows this quartet of beautifully photographed incredible journeys speak inspirational volumes.
The swelling score gives the sense of an inspirational children's movie. True to that form, "On the Way to School" never wavers in its bland uplift.
Despite its earnest message, Plisson's documentary remains mostly on the surface of its subject matter.
The film quietly reveals these four small stories as epically heroic and timeless journeys.
A documentary showing the challenges faced by children on three continents in pursuit of education.
Stirring docu explores school journeys around the globe.
Heartfelt, but a squandered opportunity to insightfully tackle an important human rights issue.
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