Reviewed by sharonmae
on 06/08/2016 06:45

The animation may not be highly advanced but the message was clearly delivered! With no dialogues but only actions and actuations, the film effectively conveyed the issues that it tries to present; a scared boy who, even with a long gun, is anxious of his actions; a  young warrior who's familiar with the area, unfamiliar with the boy but wishes no harm and a lion who seems to be the smartest, and a  probable friend of the young warrior.  Viewers are entertained with the variety of reactions and responses from these three characters and all's well that ends well, so to speak. Cleverly conceptualized and the talent of Adam Temple shines through in this film.