Maria Farinha Filmes presents:

Target market: Kids

General Audience
2008 • 49min
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A critique of excessive consumerism in childhood, driven by advertising without limits, ethics or regulations. An invitation to parents and educators to reflect on their roles in our consumer society and how they can help change this scenario.

Produced by Maria Farinha Filmes

Directed by Estela Renner

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Education, Childhood

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Presented by Instituto Alana

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4.2 rating

62Screenings

2.57 K audience

452 K total aud.

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