No More Baths
Am I my brother’s keeper? To 10-year-old Keagan, this isn’t a question but a way of life. After learning to help others by watching his parents work as legal-aid attorneys in his youth, Keagan puts his lesson to good use by watching out for his aging neighbor Jake. Years ago, after a fire took his family, Jake opened up his home and his heart to the children of Glenwood Springs who come to play on his lot each day. When Jake gets in the way of greedy developers, government bureaucrats are content to push him aside, but they don’t anticipate Keagan McPhie. Keagan organizes the Glenwood Springs Kids Corp. into a powerful force of peaceful protest to help Jake and remind adults of their responsibility to a friend in need.
Kids will love this film. It’s all about hanging out together, having their own club, and just having fun out doors. The kids in this film find a cause: Jake’s dilemma with the character-challenged developer who’s intent on taking his land from him. I enjoyed watching these children help and protect Jake and picket city hall for his cause. Kids don’t really have the kind of fun portrayed in this film anymore: playing outdoors and not glued to TV screens. This video is good family viewing, but the kids will get the most fun out of it. It’s another winner for Feature Films For Families!