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Discover this very nice film of the director of "The prophecy of frogs". The graphics are superb and the story amazing ... Do not miss it, your kids will love it!
- At the death of her mother, the crisp Mia, 10 years old, goes against the opinion of all, looking for his father "who misses him so much". She does not know that he has just had an accident on the construction site of a scoundrel who forgets to ransack the rainforest to build his hotel complex! During her journey, Mia will cross an enigmatic forest and meet strange creatures (like big marshmallows!) Endowed with magic powers, the Migous. She also befriends Aldrin, the son of the passionate star promoter. Unfortunately, his father is a horrible character!
- Cis a film a little more agreed than "The prophecy of frogs" the same director and we loved so much. But in this ecological fable, well in the era of time, the graphics are just as flamboyant. Some scenes even look like wild pictures.
Did you know ?
- The dubbing of voices Mia and the Migou was entrusted to a shock casting! Dany Boon lends his voice and his inimitable accent to Migus, while Yolande Moreau doubles the 3 Aunties and the witch. Jean-Pierre Coffe and Pierre Richard also participated in the adventure.
- From 4-5 years old, by Jacques-Rémy Girerd, Gebeka Films, 1 hr 31.
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Poseidon is the god of the seas who handles the waters with his trident. He lives in his underwater palace with his trident and all the sea creatures.
Transmitting the cultural foundations of humanity to a child is easy if we adapt Greek mythology for them. We are counting the Greek myths in the form of short legends for children. We dive to the bottom of the sea to meet this grumpy god that is Poseidon.
Once upon a time there was a Greek god named Poseidon who reigned over all the seas. Poseidon was a diving god and he preferred a thousand times to be at the bottom of the sea with his sea creatures, with his octopuses, his whales, his dolphins and his goldfish rather than on the surface. There was a time when he came out more often from the bottom of the sea, but for a long time he has refused to leave his underwater palace.
One day he surfaced for a short walk on the beach and saw a family enjoying a spring picnic on the sand. Poseidon was happy to see the family having a good time, the bad came later. When the family finished their picnic, they left all the remains on the beach, they did not pick up the empty soda bottles and they left a lot of plastic on the sand. Then Poseidon got angry. He got very angry.
He climbed on his seahorse and returned to his underwater palace. There he picked up his trident and began to stir the waters, as if he were stirring a bowl of soup. Then the sea was rough, the waves were gigantic and a great storm began. That made all the people who were enjoying their beach day have to run away and go home because the sea and the beach had become dangerous places.
And it is that Poseidon does not like anything that humans harm their sea creatures or dirty their beaches. That's why he never leaves his underwater palace anymore, so if someone wants to talk to the god of the seas, they have to dive until they find him. And sometimes he shows his discontent with people stirring the waters with his trident. They are those days when it is better not to go near the beach.
Laura Velez. Editor of our site
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At Eternity's Gate is a biographical drama about the life of Vincent van Gogh. When the movie begins, Vincent (Willem Dafoe) has moved to Paris (1886) to continue his love of painting. There he meets Paul Gauguin (Oscar Isaac), and they become close friends who share a disdain of contemporary impressionism.
Two years later, Vincent moves to Arles, where he paints some of his most famous work. In Arles Vincent continues to suffer from the mental illness that has plagued him throughout his life. He suffers psychosis and depression and is often delusional. The people of Arles dislike him, and the local villagers, including children, frequently attack him. When Gauguin returns to Paris, Vincent suffers a breakdown and cuts off part of his ear to give to Gauguin.
Vincent spends a lot of his life in and out of mental asylums and he dies following a gunshot to the stomach. In the movie, he's shot by young boys, but there's speculation that it's suicide. Vincent isn't successful during his lifetime and he lives a life of poverty, supported financially by his younger brother, Theo (Rupert Friend), who trades in art.
Mental illness; suicide
At Eternity's Gate has some violence. For example:
- Some school children approach Vincent while he's painting. One of the boys tries to touch the painting and Vincent reacts badly, grabbing the boy and pulling him away. The children all scream and run away.
- Several children throw rocks at Vincent. Vincent grabs one of the boys, and some men attack Vincent.
- Vincent meets a woman along the road that he wants to paint. She agrees but when she can't get into the position Vincent wants, he gets annoyed and starts physically manipulating her body. She's frightened and runs away.
- Boys are playing with guns, which they shoot at Vincent. One of the boys then grabs Vincent's painting from the easel and throws it into the river.
At Eternity's Gate has some sexual references. For example:
- Vincent asks a woman to stay with him for 50 francs.
- A man talks about seeing women being raped.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
At Eternity's Gate shows some use of substances. For example:
- Vincent drinks a lot although he doesn't have much money.
- Many people smoke pipes.
- People drink at pubs, bars and so on.
Nudity and sexual activity
None of concern
None of concern
There is some coarse language in this movie.
Ideas to discuss with your children
At Eternity's Gate is a biopic about Vincent van Gogh. Unfortunately, it's shot entirely with a handheld camera to give it a sense of 'cin?ma v?rit?', which might make some viewers feel motion sick. Some of the photography and scenery is quite beautiful, however, and most of the dark aspects of the movie are suggested rather than shown. Willem Dafoe is brilliant as the tortured artist.
This movie will appeal to older teenagers and adults, but because of its content and themes, it isn't recommended for children under 13 years.
Values in At Eternity's Gate that you could reinforce with your children include:
- support and friendship.
- understanding for people who are different
At Eternity's Gate could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life questions like these:
- Why are the villagers so unkind to Vincent? Is it because they're afraid of what they don't understand?
- Are there different attitudes towards mental illness in society today? Has anything changed?