Wanting to know the ways of people, a pelican turns into a gawky young man who soon learns to speak, thanks to his outstanding talent in imitation. He befriends Emil and Elsa, two children ...
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Wanting to know the ways of people, a pelican turns into a gawky young man who soon learns to speak, thanks to his outstanding talent in imitation. He befriends Emil and Elsa, two children who--unlike adults--see that their new neighbor "Mr Berd" is not human but a big bird wearing a suit. The Pelican Man lands a job at the opera and falls in love with a pretty ballerina, looking so much like a bird herself. Troubles start when adults too find out about "Mr Berd's" ornithological origin. Written by
This film is pleasant for kids. It's a fantastic story that small kids easily can relate to. I saw the film with my grandchildren and they just loved it. Few film allow young kids into the story without being stupid and "childish", but this one works just fine. The story of a Pelican appearing as a man sounds strange but the fantasy becomes reality and the Pelicanman survives by imitating people and by that he shows hoe shallow human life can be. Maybe not so surprising for grownups but just great for kids. They do see us that way. The film is well done and the dialog is subtle, concentrated and fully acceptable for kids. When I saw the film not even one kid left the room for a visit at the rest rooms and the almost full cinema was not disturbed by whispers (nor cry). If you have kids, your own or others, don't hesitate; see this film!
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