Mary and Max: Film Guide

Mary and Max
Mary and Max

Ages

11–16

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

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A film guide that looks at Mary and Max (2009), an unforgettable claymation that skillfully highlights the power of human connection to colour people's lives amid a bleak-seeming world.

This guide is useful for exploring topics including PSHE Education, Art & Design and Philosophy in addition to highlighting themes surrounding friendships, family, mental health, addictions, anti-bullying, food and health, disabilities and inclusion, and growing up.

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Mary and Max
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Mary and Max Film Guide

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