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On balance this film is in accordance with Catholic-Christian principles. The quality of the film as measured by the more traditional standards of writing, producing, directing, acting etc is also of a good standard.
In the case of this film being a character study it can be said that it has a clear redemptive message and a good degree of character development. In the case of this film being a family film it can be said that it has a wide scope of audience appeal. In either case it can be said that this film has some degree of originality.
Limited Recommendation (Amber)
On balance this film is in accordance with Catholic-Christian principles but there are other films that communicate the same message or tell a similar story in a more satisfactory manner and/or with better production values. Or…
This film does contain some redemptive truths, but equally so it contains teaching not in harmony with Catholic-Christian principles.
Not Recommended (Red)
On balance this film promotes principles and/or an audience reaction that is not in accordance with Catholic-Christian teaching and beliefs. Or…
On balance the Catholic-Christian merits of this film are debatable, however its lack of quality as measured by more traditional standards mean it cannot be recommended.
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