RFF wrote:A typical movie from Soviet communist years. Everything is beautiful and hopeful, and the country (led by the Party - not said but implied) is going to marvelous future. However, this is a movie that you can leave your Teletubbies age kids alone in front of TV without having to be afraid about the content. It is as if somebody gave life to our first old style picture-books. From rabbits and frogs to cows and turtles, several kids (the youngest is a great actor, really enjoying what he's doing, while the elder kids have a duty to represent socialist childhood so - what a paradox and truth in same time - they can't have so much joy), a little age-adequate harmless adventure... and you have an hour free of care for your kids (if you haven't made them addicted to modern TV shows - in that case they'll turn around after first five minutes and make an adventure of their own... probably not that harmless...).
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