The Children Of The Corals
2 minCoral Gardeners
Other (Audio:: English, Subtitles:: English)
limate change is causing enormous damage in the ocean as well, leading to a major coral death. Titouan Bernicout found a way to save the corals.
In Moorea, French Polynesia, the nonprofit group Coral Gardeners tends broken pieces of coral on a nursery table for one month before reattaching them to reefs. Travelers there can adopt a coral piece and help the group plant it.
The film is well suited for children and can inspire them to become active themselves.
"The Children of the Corals" stands out primarily because of its content: It portrays a remarkable commitment and the impressive ingenuity of young people. The film is also convincing because of the positive treatment of its subject, which makes you realize the beauty of nature.
Less convincing is the structure of the film and its ability to grab the viewer emotionally or intellectually. Therefore its entertainment value is modest, especially for adults. Young people, on the other hand, can identify with the commitment of the film's young protagonists.
"The Children of Corals" is an exciting journalistic achievement and shows a lot from the real world, but does not focus on in-depth research.
Unfortunately, "The Children of Corals" is not quite convincing in terms of the way it is made - neither through the uniqueness of the images nor through the use of cinematic means. Especially the music leaves a lot to be desired.
|Production:||KMH Media Production|
|Actors:||Titouan Bernicout, Letitia Hédouin, Teiano Teiho, Mathilde Loubyere, Lily Anzai|
|Our age recommendation:||8|
|Language (audio):||French, English|
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Scientific & journalistic quality
Transfer of a momentum
Picture, music, craftsmanship
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