I watched this movie while in the process of reading Isabel Wilkerson's CASTE. My first and overwhelming connection was to the Reconstruction Era of the South following the Civil War. It was a post dystopian look at the believable and believing South that portrayed people of color as optimistic, curious, capable, intellectual, and hopeful. I cried with joy as characters looked forward to a new and better life through knowledge, science, and acceptance. My emotions were especially challenged by what has since been lost in the hearts and adventuresome minds of previously enslaved persons who tasted possibility and were ultimately confined to the lowest caste in our woefully white supremacist country. This movie was a lovely exploration of what belief and curiosity can deliver. From my vantage point of 2020, and in America, it was both beautiful and shockingly painful to consider. I believe children of all ages and especially children of color will be enchanted and encouraged by this wonderful cast, score, cinematography, invention, and intellectual value; while folks such as myself who have come to know the depths of our country's CASTE system will be convicted of our supremacist system and our participation in it for over 200 years. Thank you to the creators of this gem. My hope is that all who can, and those who will need supported access, will view this masterpiece and open their minds to possibility for all , not as a threat to those who have, but a portal to the vastness of all dreamers on the planet.