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Bébé(s) (2010)

PG | | Documentary | 7 May 2010 (USA)
A look at one year in the life of four babies from around the world, from Mongolia to Namibia to San Francisco to Tokyo.

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A look at one year in the life of four babies from around the world, from Mongolia to Namibia to San Francisco to Tokyo.

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Rated PG for cultural and maternal nudity throughout | See all certifications »

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$2,161,460 (USA) (7 May 2010)

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$7,291,384 (USA) (2 July 2010)
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Cute and Revealing, if Spacey and Soft-Spoken
30 September 2013 | by (Bradenton, FL) – See all my reviews

The name pretty much says it all here, as we follow four newborns from vastly different cultures through the first year of their lives. Without a spot of narration or even so much as a subtitle track for the non-English segments, it's a classic case of a film allowing its viewers to take whatever they want from it. As a relatively new parent myself, I was fascinated by the day-to-days of the two rural babies - one from the dust of west Africa, the other the grassy fields of Mongolia - and how completely alien their surroundings and practices seem from my comfortable perch here in the first world. It's tastefully filmed, with a particular emphasis on artistic framing and long, captivating shots of unsupervised children at play, encountering and discovering their world one step at a time. My young boys absolutely loved it, but at this point they'll watch almost anything with a cute face or two. Nice eye candy with a hint of deeper meaning, but not a show-stopper.


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