Nobody Knows I'm Here

Movie review by Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media
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age 13+

Child singer becomes adult recluse; some language.

NR 2020 91 minutes

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age 12+

Good movie about standing up

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This movie was well-made, subtle, and moving, inviting us to empathize with the main character, Memo, as he works through the heartbreak of his childhood. Two characters model especially gracious, supportive love for Memo. Also, when I read about the "profuse" vomit in the review, I was prepared to be disgusted. However, as strange as this sounds, it's actually a very artistically-presented, symbolic event that had nothing to do with overeating.

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