1. FilmTalk Card - Based on the Movie

    The Princess and the Frog

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    Why is hard work and contentment better than wishing for riches?
    The Princess and the Frog can stimulate discussions about spoiled children, the need for hard work, and how evil works to catch us off guard. The Princess and the Frog can also inspire talk about what makes for a "good life," and why seeking contentment is better than seeking riches.
    Film Synopsis: In this retelling of The Frog Prince, little Tiana's dreams of opening her own restaurant were encouraged by her father, and now that she is an adult, through scrimping, saving, and self-denial, she is "almost there." Her friend, Charlotte, a young woman spoiled by an over-indulgent father, has her eyes set on becoming a princess. So when young Prince Naveen arrives in New Orleans, Charlotte is determined to nab him. But the evil voodoo man, Dr. Facilier, sees the princely arrival as a way to line his own pockets and increase his power -- so he turns Prince Naveen into a frog. What follows, in this traditionally-animated Disney film, is a story about the value of hard work, the strategies of evil, and the transforming power of love.
    Genre: Animated
    Rating: G
    Content Advisory: The Princess and the Frog contains cartoon violence, frightening images involving menacing voodoo characters.
    A FilmTalk Card is a single page study guide in pdf format that will lead participants through 3 or 4 areas of spiritual, ethical, or moral discussion based on scenes or ideas contained in the movie. Each single paged FilmTalk Card describes movie moments to provide context for questions that challenge your group to see the connection between the film, their faith, and their lives.

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