Families of Australia

DVD Release: May 1, 2007
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Synopsis

Families of the World takes you on a fantastic journey to another country where you veiw the unique lives of two children and thieir families. Each DVD focuses on a different culture, their way of life, family interaction, foods and even celebrations.

In “Families of Australia,” visit eight-year-old Phoebe on her family’s farm near Attunga, a town northwest of Sydney, as she gathers eggs for breakfest, rounds up sheep, enjoys sports day at school, and takes an after-school violin lesson. Then visit seven-year-old Josh in Syndey, Australia’s largest city. Follow Josh as he takes care of pet chickens, goes to school, visits his grandparents and makes a chain of volcanoes from an egg carton.

Dove Review

“Families of Australia” is a wonderful movie about the lives of two families, one rural and the other urban. Both stories are narrated by children as they describe a day on a sheep farm and in the city. This DVD is captivating and filled with interesting facts and information about the “land down under”.

There are a couple of scenes where the kids take baths as part of their daily routine. Chests and legs are seen but it is tastefully done. Other than that, this DVD is squeaky clean and your children are sure to enjoy learning about life in the fascinating land of Australia. Dove happily approves this movie for family-friendly viewing!!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: Young girl in T-shirt getting dressed (you see her legs, but nothing else), young girl in bathtub (you quickly see her chest but nothing else), young boy in bathtub (you see legs and chest).
Other: None

Info

Company: Master Communications, Inc.
Director: Lisa Heydlaff
Genre: Children
Runtime: 30 min.
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor