The Wheel of Peace

Theatrical Release: April 11, 2005
DVD Release: April 11, 2005
The Wheel of Peace
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Synopsis

A 48-Minute docudrama in which kids all over the world tell us how we can get to peace, both worldwide and in our own personal lives. In the aftermath of 9/11 the kids bring up serious questions and concerns about war. The kids are from sharply different backgrounds: Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist and Hindu. They all wish for peace and have fears of war. It is something every child should see to give them world perspective, personal appreciation for their own lives and practical guidance on how to resolve conflict. The film is rich in computer graphics, animation and shorts that have been filmed by the kids themselves.

Dove Review

Children from around the world talk about peace and how much they want peace in the world. They also discuss what needs to be done for there to be peace, including proper perspectives toward people of other faiths and religions. If we could all put away our differences about religion and race I, too, believe we could have peace in the world.

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Info

Company: Peace Builders
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 48 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe