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Scarlett Alice Johnson,
I was enthralled with the entire movie. A Movie beautiful to watch with the amazing special effects, great costumes. OK, so the acting was a bit messed up in some parts, but I find the filmmaker's style rather extraordinary. This film isn't for everyone, it's deep, moody, amazing cinematography, cool set visuals. Plus, the ending, is quite emotional. So yes, I would recommend Childhood as a good movie, despite a few flaws, and overall I would say Childhood is spectacular. A fairy tale filled with magic. Alex Burchu is a marvelous young actor with talent and charisma - very fitting for this part. I wish we had more clean wholesome movies for the whole family to watch. Bravo!
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