5 Movies To Watch With Your Daughter

Romeo and Juliet, 1968

Romeo and Juliet, 1968

Great Britain, Italy

Franco Zeffirelli is worth a big thank you if only for the extraordinary selection of actors. Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting are so beautiful and harmonious together that it’s impossible to look away. And yes, listen to the music for the film. Nino Rota and his “What is a Youth” gets right to the heart. At least mine certainly does.

White Bim, Black Ear, 1976

White Bim, Black Ear, 1976

USSR

Since, I remember my grandmother’s apartment, an old armchair, and me in front of the TV, all in tears. However, I remember I cried long and hard, and my grandmother swore she would turn the TV off if I didn’t calm down immediately. Because They say there was a lot of propaganda in the movie. I don’t remember it. I only remember Bim. How I wanted to help him, take him to my place, and let him live. After the movie, I got a setter. Joy. He lived with us for many years and left so many fond memories. So, Thanks to my parents for letting me take him to us at one time and to my grandmother who wisely suggested it.

Amelie, 2001

Amelie, 2001

France, Germany

Soundtrack! How many kilometers I ran and drove to the beautiful waltz, I can hardly tell. But every time I think back to the individual shots from the film, it warms my soul—the simplicity of emotions, the worldview, the curiosity of Amelie – everything bribes. At one time I wanted to be like her. Now it seemed a long time ago. But my friend with three children is like her. And thanks to her, she once told me what to see this weekend.

Pollyanna, 2003

Pollyanna, 2003

Great Britain

In the beginning, there was a book. I read about the book somewhere in an interview with Chulpan Khamatova. Since then I read it to my daughter before going to bed, slowly, savoring, and discussing the storyline. The girl Polianna – an example of extraordinary vitality, in spite of everything. Her story is worth revisiting when you feel like your life is going through a rough patch. I’m sure you will be glad to realize that you are, in fact, doing just fine.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, 2005

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, 2005

USA

Tim Burton. Johnny Depp. Sentimental for me, perhaps very sweet for my daughter. A grotesque that may not be immediately understandable to children, but somewhere it will catch on and make you think.

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