El cine puede ser -sin caer en el moralismo y/o en el exagerado afán de ver en todo la posibilidad de sacar una moraleja- una manera amable y divertida de educar... Como digo, sin exageraciones.
En mi blog de cine, publiqué hace algún tiempo este artículo, que me gustaría recomendarles hoy:
Las enseñanzas de los Robinson
Y, para que no tengan que cambiar de blog, lo copio a continuación:
Disney's Meet the Robinson's Lessons
Christopher nos cuenta que:
"My wife and I went to the movies this weekend and saw Disney's "Meet the Robinson's". For two reasons mainly. She is a Kindergarten teacher and needs to keep up on children's movies to better relate and interact with the kids, and two I'm a Disney fanatic..." "As I was watching Meet the Robinson's, I couldn't help but think of the lessons they were teaching and how these lessons are the similar lesions that adults have trouble following or remembering.
"1. Failure is acceptable and you learn more from failure then from success.
"2. Surround yourself with positive supportive people. (Maybe not live with them, but that wouldn't always hurt.)
"3. Its always best to continue to "move forward" no matter what happens".
Y la frase de Walt Disney que anima toda la película:
"Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things… and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths".