Release Date: September 12th, 2014
Not Yet Rated|1 hr 34 min
Children around the world share their thoughts on a variety of subjects, such as love, war, family, religion and the future.
Director: Genevieve Bailey
IAm Eleven is ultimately a satisfying film because the kids are so compelling. But Bailey’s motivations color the authenticity of a well-meaning “documentary” that borders on nostalgic self-indulgence and wishful thinking. show more
The feature-length film ultimately becomes repetitive, with the lack of contextual information about the subjects’ lives rendering the proceedings shallow. show more
“Eleven” turns out to be an overreach, with too many voices to be anything but superficial, too few (she skipped sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America) to be thorough. show more