Before Toda's father became a bush, he was a pastry chef. Everyday he would rise before dawn to make many kinds of pastries and cakes. Then, one day, everything changes. War breaks out in the south and Toda's father has to defend his country. Toda is sent to stay with her mother, who lives in a neighboring land - not a simple journey in wartime. But Toda is a plucky girl who doesn't give up easily; she is determined to find her mother. An adventurous story with laughs, thrills and emotion.Written by
I get it - this is a film aimed at 10 year olds who should not be shocked with the actual horrors of war. The plight of the protagonist as she has to leave her home and try to somehow find her mother abroad is terrible enough. But the parents would be well advised to warn their children with whom they watch this film that actual wars are much, much worse.
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