“Alike” is a film that will make you think about how society misconstrues the imagination and creativity of kids and grown-ups alike.
This short animated movie is wonderful and nicely done and passes on feeling through its straightforwardness and portrayal of another perspective of the world.
Kids for the most part love classes in craftsmanship, music, movie, and shows, to some extent in light of the fact that expressions of the human experience empower you both side of the cerebrum and they are instructed uniquely in contrast to different subjects.
Human expressions request understudies’ association. They catch kids’ enthusiasm for such a route as to spur them to sharpen their aptitudes, regardless of the possibility that it implies tolerating the drudgery of practice.
What’s more, they advance to those youngsters who learn better when they watch or tune into something than when they read it.
Making of “Alike”