REVIEW | Paper Planes

‘Paper Planes’ exceeds expectations, leaving a far more impressive and complex film than anticipated. Directed by Robert Connelly, the film follows protagonist Dylan’s aspiration to compete in a paper plane making competition. Considering that the film was intended for a young audience, Connelly and writer Steve Worland create a powerful screenplay, complimented by wonderful cinematography. Connelly takes advantage of the Australian and Japanese backdrops where the story is set, along with stellar performances by Sam Worthington and young Ed Oxenbould to create a film with a lot of heart and a touch of humour, which is enjoyable for all ages.

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