CHILDREN OF THE MOUNTAIN

CHILDREN OF THE MOUNTAIN REVIEWED “Children of the Mountain” follows a young mother trying to protect her son. Unfortunately, her son was born mentally disabled in a third world...
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CHILDREN OF THE MOUNTAIN REVIEWED

“Children of the Mountain” follows a young mother trying to protect her son. Unfortunately, her son was born mentally disabled in a third world country. Couple that with a clef lip and cerebral palsy and we’ve got the makings of a disease movie. The movie follows our lead before and after giving her birth. Watching a natural arrogance give way to the urgency of protecting a child is quite interesting. But, we’ve seen this movie before.

The difference being that the third world doesn’t offer a happy ending. The film becomes about adapting to a situation that is out of natural control. A Western film would see the mother finding some miracle cure for their child. But, the last hour of this film is about driving reality through the viewer’s face. Depressing to a point, but it matches the current tone of recent Holiday fare.

SPECIAL FEATURES

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A/V STATS

  • 2.35:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 5.1

RELEASE DATE: 12/20/16

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    Video - 86%
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    Audio - 85%
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    Film Score - 89%
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The Plot Thus Far

A woman has a disabled child and goes through several challenges to get medical assistance after the father abandoned them.

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