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Emily

Clever!

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Vicki

Loved it!

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J. P.

solidarity forever! A short film with a big message...

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Ryan

<3

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Byron

Very good parable.

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e.

Well worthy of the Oscar. So sensitively done.

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Grace

Lovely film

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Kathie

Lovely...

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Mariana

that was just lovely

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Carol

Saw with my mom. She said, "Loved the sensitivity and realism of the film."

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Pamela

Such a powerful short film I'm astonished that no one has turned this into a feature length film yet. (If they have please leave me a reply with the title).

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kay louise

Yes, lovely, but way too short!

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Barbara

What a little beauty of a film!

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Gabrielle

Watched it twice!

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Steve

The power of unity

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Geraldini

Inspiring!

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Linda

My favourite movie thus far! BRAVO!!!!!

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Jennifer

Perfect example of how the teacher is not always right. Love how the children handled this.

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Kathy

I love the unity of the children

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Xiomara

As a music teacher and choral conductor I found this film to be very moving and inspiring. Music is as much about beauty as it is about our humanity and about kindness.

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Honey Lane

beautiful!!

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Alison

Sweet. As a girl I was chosen for the choir in 1967, and we competed for Canada's centennial. the next year, when my parents were going to divorce, I had a "cold", and tried to explain that to a new choir teacher. I was unchosen.

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Kelly

Beautifully done.

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Maria

The ending was beautiful.

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Catherine

Nice!

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BOBBY

Instant karma.

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Giovanni

Brought tears to my eyes near the end.

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Helen

Lovely film with lovely message. One person can change the world!

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Jumatil

Really inspiring on how unity can solve the problem.

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Ester

Loved this. Inspiring and so well made.

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Kathleen

A lovely short film about the power of united action. Great acting by these children. Deservedly the winner of the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film at the 89th Academy Awards in 2017.

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Simon

Great acting indeed, especially for such young children!

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Anna

Captivating. Brilliant and talented young cast with a beautiful message. Kept me hooked 'til the end!

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Olivia

Perfect little gem of a short. Worthy of the Oscar!

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