Fighting With My Family: Film Guide

Fighting With My Family
Fighting With My Family

Ages

11–14

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

Related calendar events

International Day of Families
15 May

A film guide that looks at Fighting With My Family (2019), in which a girl from Norwich is offered wrestling try-outs with the WWE but must leave her family behind if she is to follow her dream.

This guide is useful for exploring topics including PSHE Education and Physical Education in addition to highlighting themes surrounding family, growing up, physical health, fame and consumerism, gender representation and sports.

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Fighting With My Family
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Fighting With My Family Film Guide

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