Despite the inclusion of “wild” in its title, “Where The Wild Things Are” is an adaptation of a children’s book by author Maurice Sendak. It has no discernible environmental or “green” themes. As such, it is very much a “movie for kids” and NOT an “environmental movie for kids”.
It has no environmental connotation. The “wild things” aren’t even animals. However, it’s an excellent film regardless. I would definitely recommend taking your children to go see it as it is an absolutely beautiful movie (although there are some very sad moments.)
“Where The Wild Things Are” is a movie, adapted from a famous childhood book, that teaches kids more about family and the ties that can and will most likely form between family members and a boys’ journey to find home again. Although the title might make it seem like the movie has some underlying “environmental theme,” there is truly not link to the environment.
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