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A not only entertaining but heartwarming movie, which let you reflect about our materialistic world our duty of upbringing supported by round characters, filled with laughter
I can not understand why this movie is so bad rated. Perhaps because he deals with a sore spot in our society. Todays upbringing is increasingly handed to others outside the family. Possession and consuming is increasingly at the center and displace the self-definition of ourselves trough "being".
This is a film that, in my view, makes you think. Who and what is important to me? How much time do I spend with my children? These are central issues of the film that is entraining with these two funny kids and comes along very well. For me, the film remains with his well-chosen cast, the round characters and their sovereign acting performance, as interesting in memory.
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