I love his wonderful short. The works of Eva Saks in general show the power and joy that can be shown in less than 10 minutes. Whether in the form of her films centered on adults or in this case (and others) children her shorts can tell a better story than many 2 hour movies This film has a childlike innocence that I truly enjoyed. I was swept up in from the opening with the finger paints and equal caught off guard as the messy little girl by the surprise ending. I not certain I can add much to what the previous reviewer had mentioned without making this into a spoiler. I will do that by simply saying "Happy Pagwa" and hope you watch the movie to see what that means. May we all have messy little girls and grandfathers in our lives to remind us of the passion for living.
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