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A touching, though somewhat flat, documentary that follows a homogenous class of white Protestant eighth graders as they learn the importance of tolerance by erecting a monument to the 6 million victims of the Holocaust.
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You have to be a pretty cynical not to be a little moved.
It's a remarkable story, and well worth seeing, particularly for its handful of genuinely affecting moments.
What makes Paper Clips so powerful and moving is the way everyone in the film seems affected by the Whitwell project. The students change. The teachers change. The townspeople change.
Not a sophisticated or very challenging film, nor should it be. It is straightforward, heartfelt and genuine.
Symbolism is hard to swallow, and it's near impossible to relate to these paper clips as souls, especially when they are talked about in terms of collecting and counting and displaying.
The project is chronicled eloquently in Paper Clips, a documentary about how a few kids can make a difference, one paper clip at a time.
Docu is the best introduction to the Holocaust for tweens.
Interesting and frequently moving documentary but it misses several opportunities to widen the scope and make some important points.
the message attached is genuine and worth listening to
Who knew a movie that seeks to remind us of one of the greatest horrors in human history could be so unintentionally hilarious?
Paper Clips is a nice social interest project, but not much of a documentary.
For the documentary to shift credit to the paper-clip project as a reason for receiving the speakers is tantamount to fraud.
Paper clips are a documentary about a schools project to represent all the people who died in the Holocaust. The kids at this school only know people from one race white and they were all christens. They have never seen other races or never met a Jew before. They got an authentic German rail car to put the chain of millions of paper chips in. I
Makes people see the world in different way.
I was shock to see how little as a paper chip and how one group of people was able to make a big lasting impact on today's world.
An eye opener.
Slow at times.
It might not be for everyone.
If u want a moving documentary you should give this a try.
Simple story, too saccharine for my taste
Very interesting, although it sounds like it wouldn't be. I thought it was brilliant what they did. I wear a paper clip every day on my shirt in support of the project. KUDOS!
Paper Clips is an ordinary documentary chronicling the extraordinary efforts of a small Southern town in Tennessee. Though stylistically it is not impressive, the story is moving enough to keep the viewer's attention.
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