Bennie Brat (2011)
A touching story about a fearless boy who dreams of getting a shiny new car with a pedal as a Christmas present. But what he wants even more is for his father, who has gone to Spain to work, to come home and for the whole family to celebrate Christmas together. This turns out to be more difficult than he thought, and Benny plans to get in the bag for the naughty boys whose presents have to be sent back to Spain.
Extremely Loud and Extremely Close, 2011
The story that was chosen as the basis for the film is the story of Oscar Shell, a boy who lost his father on September 11, 2001. When his father was alive, he and his son used to play a game of expedition – his father would invent a task for Oscar which he would then carry out using his father’s clues. The last “expedition” to find the missing New York Sixth Ward they didn’t finish: his father died. But, almost a year after his father’s death, the boy discovers in his room a vase with an envelope marked Black and a key inside, and decides to solve the mystery left behind.
Cool Kids Don’t Cry (2012)
Sixth grader Aki is a real hooligan: she likes football, fights with boys and is not afraid of anything. Nothing but love. But when she is diagnosed with leukaemia, it is love that gives her the strength to fight the disease and accept the inevitable. With the continuing support of her friends and parents, the girl plucked up courage and put up a good fight against the deadly disease.
It’s simply impossible not to fall in love with this soul bear. Meet a bear named Paddington from the wilds of Peru. He loves orange jams and has come to London to find a family and become a real English gentleman. As a family film, Paul King’s work is very successful: atmospheric in a London way, dynamic, cosy and kind in a family way.
Finding the Adolescence, 2014
The plot of this film is uncomplicated and simple – we follow a boy growing up over the course of 10 years. The film attracted a lot of attention because of its unique idea of filming – the entire film was shot over a period of 12 years by the same cast. The characters have aged and matured with the actors, so their portrayal is as authentic as possible – there’s no ageing make-up, no special effects, no actors of a different age portraying the characters in their youth or old age. But there are three Golden Globes, including one for Best Picture.
“Princess” tells the story of growing up as a 12-year-old girl, Adar. She lives in Tel Aviv with her mother. Subsequently, the woman finds a lover and pays less and less attention to her daughter. Adar meets a boy, Alan, who is very similar to her, not only in personality but also in appearance. The girl’s family takes the boy in. And later, Adar notices that she is jealous of her new mate with her stepfather Michael.
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