Children who are born in family feuds, automatically become grown men, from very early ages. Just because it is a traumatic reality, precisely because we don't read on their faces innocence, happiness or desire to live his childhood, but the weight that burdened his life. The 19 years old young girl is the only source of income support and family. Kiddo is passionate about boxing and the ring is her only refuge.
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Kiddo is a magical truck who can transform himself into anything he wants to be in this animated film for pre-schoolers.
In 2010, Winnipeg director, Guy Maddin exclaims "it's impossible to collage a film!"
All the protagonists move about in a Tokyo Bar that has an entire wall taken up with a black-and-white reproduction of a photo of Monument Valley. The action starts as Billy the Kid, in full living color, walks out of the photo and gets a job as a waiter. Along with him on the working staff are a samurai straight out of the history books, a G.I. from World War II, and several other anachronistic characters. The plot (as such) revolves around keeping away the brutal mobsters and thugs who dominate the city streets outside of the bar, making the tavern safe for its easily recognized facsimiles of well-known characters.
National Kid is a Japanese TV series produced by Toei Company in 1960. Created by mangaka Daiji Kazumine, it was commissioned by Panasonic, then known as Matsushita Electric, to promote the National brand. Although not very famous in Japan, the series has obtained cult status in Brazil, where it was very popular.