Based on 18 votes and 7 reviews
There's some very deep insight into how we forget that the people around us are actually people, with pasts, and futures. We walk by the same people every day and don't realize that they might just be hurting more than we are. They might need that "genuine human interaction" more than they need anything else. This is a great film to show our young people today so they can take the time for a little bit to try to focus on someone other than themselves in this "me, me, me" world.
better than Avatar.
A real gem of a film. 5 stars.
Five stars for this film. I loved it! Not a single cliche or stereotype about high school and teenagers in the entire film. I saw myself and my friends. Grest work!
Truly a great film! I laughed,I cried,I cared for all the kids and their stories. I came back to see it again with my teenage son and daughter both of whom loved the film as much as I did. I wish there was such a Storytelling Class when I went to high school.
I was amazed by this film. It went to the core of what it means to connect. You leave tje film loving all these kids.
An outstanding seamless work of beauty and wisdom. Bravo to the filmmakers and the participants of The Storytelling Class!