On Wednesday 29th August, the Primary 7s went to see a film called Breadwinner.
It was about a young girl called Parvana who lived in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, in around late 2001. Since she is a girl, she does not have the same rights that boys have. When her father is taken to prison, she cuts her hair, and pretends to be a boy, so she can be the breadwinner for her family.
It was a very heartwarming film and it made us realise how lucky we are, and that we should be very grateful for what we have.
Emmy – I thought it was a very good film and the animation was beautiful.
Ronan – It was very interesting and it made me feel lucky for what I have.
Junias – I would give it 4/5 stars.
Tryphena – I thought it was very moving.
By Emmy and Lily-Jane P7