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Milk

Milk
Milk

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Year

2021

Duration

5 minutes

Genres

Family, Short Films

Language

English


Synopsis

A part of growing up is learning about money. This short film opens with a young New Zealand girl counting the coins in her purse, hoping to buy some sweets. As she enters a shop to carry out her purchase, an elderly man tries to buy some bread and milk, but his card is declined. The film explores the relative value of goods, offering young audiences an insightful perspective on affordability, the cost of living and the difference between want and need. As the young girl discovers, a small gesture can also be an important lesson in compassion and can help us connect with our community.

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