Tribeca 2021 Review: Gaysorn Thavat’s ‘The Justice of Bunny King’

The responsibility society at large has towards children has been a point of contention for decades, and it’s a problem that has only become more markedly disjointed in recent years. There’s a massive dichotomy between, for instance, certain political figures and groups vilifying the prospect of abortion while relatively shrugging at the wave of mass shootings in schools. Children are simultaneously revered and dismissed, and parents are similarly seen as either saintly or highly suspect, with not much room for nuance in between. When and to what degree should governments get involved with protecting children, and how much ethical and economic freedom should parents be granted, especially if they have their kids’ best interests in
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