Kid reviews for Hair Love

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Lively, loving celebration of a dad, daughter, and her hair.
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age 4+
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Kid, 11 years old November 15, 2020

Your True and Unique Identity

Characters learn that not hiding your true, unique self is the most important thing and that you should always be proud of who you are, and if something or someone is stopping you from doing so, ignore it and keep being your best, true self. This is what characters learn in the short film, HairLove. This short film is about the little girl and the father’s journey to styling the hair and to surprising a loving mom and a devoted wife. Hairlove, made by Sony Pictures is an inspiring and influential short film that is definitely worth 7 minutes of your time every single day. It has purposeful character development, meaningful camera work, and heartwarming music and sound effects. First of all, Sony Pictures enhances us by adding purposeful character development. This allows us to keep wanting to see what happens next in the film. It also teaches the mother a lesson that you should always be proud of who you are and never hide anything about you because you are always going to be the queen. Not only did Sony Pictures add purposeful character development, but they also added clever camera work. Sony Pictures decided to put all of these different perspectives together to show us how unique and complex these characters are in this amazing film. And finally, what watchers will admire the most is the heartwarming music and sound effects Sony Pictures decided to include. This incredible film will inspire all of us to do our best and that we should never hide our true identity.

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Kid, 9 years old March 17, 2020

Hair Love

Hair Love is a short movie, good for ages 3 and up. In this film, a little girl gets ready for a big day. She wants to look good, so she asks her dad to help her with her hair. He doesn’t know how to do her hair, but he wants to help her, so he learns how. He finally succeeds, and they visit her mother, who has cancer. Seeing the characters persevere can teach kids to keep on going, no matter what, out of love for their family. Kids of young ages will be able to handle this.

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