Europe, Middle-East & Africa Junior Branch

Having missed the screening of I am eleven at AIM in Paris this summer, I thought I would never get a chance to see it, except perhaps a bad quality, illegally downloaded version. Then I remembered that I now lived in London, the city almost everything comes to, and I found out about the ‘VIP premiere’ screening. I applied and received a lovely responce stating that they would ‘have to look after us’, as CISVers.  The film itself was optimistic, honest and funny in a way I didn’t really expect – when some characters started talking I couldn’t stop giggling, whilst others were so serious you would have had no idea they were eleven years old. The director and producer, Genevieve Bailey, has saved up year after year to travel and gather the stories to make her independent film. The love she put into it really shows. China. India. The…

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