A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It highlights the beauty and wonder of forests, and the plants and animals that call these lands home. References to witches, goblins, and other mystical associations people make with forests are made.
Violence & Scariness
A few brief scenes of animals foraging and chasing potential prey, but nothing graphic. Bears are characterized as dangerous, but still wonderful.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
A bear is shown nursing her young.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Enchanted Forest is a short documentary about the natural beauty and charm of forests. It contains a few brief scenes of animals chasing pray or eating insects, but nothing violent. There are also some brief mentions of mystic elements like goblins and witchcraft. But the overall presentation is colorful and pleasant.
Is It Any Good?
This short documentary is a visually inviting series that showcases forests' fairy tale-esque beauty. It characterizes these densely tree-filled lands as magical places thanks to the way light and sound travels through them, and because of the wide-array of flora and fauna that call them home. Some of the microclimates that exist within forests, and the unique microcosms of life that emerge as a result, are also showcased. Most of this is done with the help of wildlife video compilations, and none of it is discussed in great detail. But the stunning scenes of lush greenery, cute animals, and misty hillsides make it easy to appreciate the charming sense of mysticism The Enchanted Forest is trying to create.
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