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Wilson's Film Club is exclusively run by Year 13 students, who give up much of their time to do so. One of their projects this term will include launching a booklet with recommendations for film and TV viewing over the holidays and will feature reviews from students in different year groups, as well as some from teachers! Below is one of the short reviews which will be featured in the booklet.

Penguin Bloom Review by Pavamaan (9S) Penguin Bloom is a strong story about how a woman who loses the ability to move her legs loses hope but is inspired by a magpie (called 'Penguin') to not give up and continue to live life. It is an exceptional story and really gives a sense of courage and gives the moral about how even though there are setbacks in life, you must rise over them and continue to move on. It has quite an emotional feeling throughout the film and has some emotional scenes where the mother (who lost the ability to move her legs) is disheartened, and they are all wonderfully executed in order to give the audience a strong emotion and connect with the movie. It is a good method to use as it strengthens the understanding of the message by the audience and allows them to implement this into their lifestyle. I really enjoyed this movie as it was very engaging and would recommend it to anyone.

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