Stop SCARING me! The FUNNEST BABY JUMPSCARES and REACTIONS
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Paper Planes is about Dylan Webber (Ed Oxenbould), a young boy who lives with his father Jack (Sam Worthington). His mother has recently died in a car accident. One day at school, the students are given the assignment of making paper planes and getting them to fly further than 25 m. They are told that the world record is 69.13 m. When Dylan's plane stays in the air long enough to fly around the entire grounds of the school, his teacher encourages him to go in a real competition.
Dylan successfully makes it through the Australian National Competition, along with another student named Jason (Nicholas Bakopoulos-Cooke). During the Nationals, a student from Japan, Kimi (Ena Imai), visits to inspire and mentor the Australian students. Dylan begins to develop deep feelings for her. Dylan and his father have a garage sale to raise money for a ticket to Japan, but Jack is still feeling too depressed and grief-stricken to go with Dylan.
The day before the world finals in Japan, Jason deliberately pushes Dylan down a flight of stairs to injure him. Dylan sprains his wrist, and doubts whether he will be able to compete. But Dylan goes through with the competition after a session of acupuncture. To his joy, his father arrives to see him compete.
ThemesRelationships and family; death of a family member and associated grief; competition
There is some violence in Paper Planes. For example:
- Another student named Kevin throws a ball of paper at Dylan, while standing on his desk. Dylan throws it back and causes Kevin to fall off the table.
- Dylan slams the door after an argument with his dad.
- After visiting an old museum and stepping into a stationary plane, Grandpa and Dylan imagine a war scenario in which enemy fighter jets shoot at and damage the plane.
- Jason throws a small paper-made blade at another competitor, hitting him in the back of the head.
- Jason pushes Dylan down a flight of stairs, causing Dylan to sprain his wrist the day before a big competition.
Content that may disturb children
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, Paper Planes has some scenes that could scare children under the age of five years. For example, the boys fire a rocket up, and it almost hits them when it comes back to the ground suddenly.
In addition to the violent scenes and scary visual images mentioned above, Paper Planes has some scenes and themes that could upset young children. For example, Dylan's mother has died in a car accident five months earlier. Dylan is coping well, but his father is still severely depressed and can't care for him properly.
Children in this age group are unlikely to be disturbed by anything in this movie.
Nothing of concern
Paper Planes includes some sexual references. For example, when Dylan goes to visit his Grandpa in a nursing home, people refer to Grandpa having sexual relations with the women in the home. After Grandpa approaches a woman, Dylan asks, 'Are you gonna help her out too?'
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
None of concern
Nudity and sexual activity
None of concern
The following products are displayed or used in Paper Planes: Skype, Nokia, Apple devices and Gameboy.
None of concern
Ideas to discuss with your children
Paper Planes is an inspirational and heart-warming movie. Dylan's determination helps to ignite passion in everyone around him, as he works to overcome incredible obstacles.
After the death of Dylan's mother, Dylan's father has fallen into a deep depression and has stopped taking care of Dylan. As a result, Dylan is forced to study planes and flight on his own, make new friendships, and attempt to win the world championship for paper plane flight. He does all this while also helping his father come out of his depression.
The movie highlights the strength of character that can develop as a result of overcoming challenges, as well as the importance of building strong and supportive relationships. It is a holiday movie for the whole family, although children under six years might need parent help with a few scenes and themes.
Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include:
- acting independently to overcome obstacles
- being creative and seeing the value in doing something unique
- having supportive friends, and taking chances with romantic relationships
- supporting your family and standing by them when they're going through difficult times.
This movie could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life issues such as:
- the devastating impact of grief, loss and depression
- the nature of bullying, and the impact it can have on people who are affected
- the positive and negative aspects of competition, as well as the sacrifices and determination it takes to succeed.
Adoption of all aspectsWhat is the concern-situation of the adoptive family before adoption?In general, parents who cannot have children have argued for a long time until they decide to adopt; they were faced with reactions such as being accused and not being understood by the close environment and they wavered in hesitation and anxiety. "Where did this child come from? Who is his mother and father? What are the health and mental and physical characteristics of his mother and father? Under what conditions did the child live? What kind of influences did he have?" The questions that kind of children who want to adopt the head of the families, who missed the sleep are questions. Some of these families forget these questions as soon as they reach a child through adoption, they stop seeking answers to these questions, and some of them feel uneasy for life because these questions remain unanswered.What is the adoption process of the adopted child and the family?Often people want a newborn baby for adoption. They feel that it will be easier for them to feel as if they are their own, and for the child to know them. When he comes home, of course, the family will have a hard time adjusting to this situation. These difficulties are actually the difficulties of living with a baby at home. It doesn't make much difference whether the child is adopted or adopted. The baby quickly adopts the family he / she lives in and there is no problem for the baby.When should he tell the child that he is adopted and how should he be told?The truth should be told to the child as young as possible by the adoptive mother or father in plain language. The child should not be expected to understand this immediately; During these explanations, the event should not be exaggerated, excessive emotionality should not be involved, and the child should be treated in a natural way. The child should be enlightened on this issue and be told that his mother and father are not self. In the meantime, the concept of family should be gained to the child; It should be explained that the real family of a child is a parent who raises, educates, educates, meets his needs, and cares for him.How to approach the child who reacts to adoption? After learning that he is an adopted child, the child can ask who the mother and father are, whether they are alive, why they were abandoned, where they found him, and where and how he was before he became a member of this family. The answers given to these questions should be truthful, address the age and maturity level of the child, and there should be consistency between the answers of the parents. No unanswered questions should be left in the child's mind, and there should be no doubt. To win the love of the child, self-parents should not be disparaged. What should be done if the biological family occurs?After the emergence of his biological family, if he insists on being more persistent and demands continuous interviews, it should be communicated that it will be more harmful than not much benefit. It is necessary to follow the child's psychology well in that process and to get professional help in that process.What is the approach of the close circle to adoptive couples? How should the family behave?Adoption When news spread around the first, although not very common in Turkey may behave somewhat reactive. Some families are worried about the future, while others want to prevent them from being gossiped. The adoptive family has already made a decision on this issue and can enjoy having children on this path without ignoring it.
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