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A young man has a strong affinity with the crows in his area. He leaps amongst them, shares his snacks, and treats them as friends. He even caws more than he speaks, making going to school challenging. At home, around his parents and grandparents, he can adorn himself with feathers and be eccentric, but at school? It gets him bullied. This leaves his family in an odd predicament as they can either watch the boy shrink or figure out an outlet for him to, once again, spread his wings.
Notable Performances or Moments
How The Parents and Grandparents Find A Place For Their Kid To Be Themselves
It would be very easy to allow their son to shrink, become depressed, and hope he’d eventually assimilate. However, the grandmother finding an outlet and the parents going along with it is the type of new-age parenting all kids need and deserve. School is about helping you find a job. It isn’t about helping you lead a fulfilling and happy life. The teachers, the administrators, security guards, and lunch people aren’t skipping into work, happy with their pay and, at least in America, how they are valued in society. Hell nah.
So it is better to expose a child to means and ways so they don’t die a slow death due to the pressure of conformity.
|Screenplay By||Sean McCarron|
|Date Released (Film Festival – Tribeca At Home)||June 19, 2023|
|Film Length||11 Minutes|
|Content Rating||Not Rated|
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What Is “Corvine” Rated And Why?
Corvine is not rated, and the only notable thing to worry about is that it has bullying.
Where Can I Watch “Corvine?”
Tribeca At Home until July 2, 2023
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