What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that there's little objectionable in this documentary, but its subject matter and (at times confusing) story-telling techniques are too esoteric for younger kids.
- Families can talk about the filmmaker's story-telling techniques. How was this documentary different from other documentaries you've watched? What, if anything, did the rapid cuts and interposed material add ot this film? Do you think the filmmaker succeeded in getting across his point? Why or why not?