ONE DAY AT DISNEY

"Working for the Mouse House"

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Content: -1 Discretion advised for older children.
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What You Need To Know:

ONE DAY AT DISNEY is a documentary highlighting the different employment opportunities working for Disney. Ten employees sit down in front of the camera and discuss their experience working for the Disney company. These employees have vastly different jobs and range from the former CEO of Disney, an Animal Kingdom veterinarian, and a movie animator, to a Disneyland train conductor and a cast member of THE LION KING. Each person has an inspiring story and expresses enthusiasm about his job.

ONE DAY AT DISNEY is very entertaining and imaginative. The documentary covers a multitude of jobs through Disney, which gives the audience insight to the many exciting jobs. ONE DAY AT DISNEY has a light moral worldview that discusses hope, optimism, hard work, sacrifice, and the power of imagination. For example, anchor Robin Roberts believes that her optimism shines through on GOOD MORNING AMERICA and talks about being optimistic instead of pessimistic. ONE DAY AT DISNEY has no foul language, lewd content or nudity, but light politically correct references to homosexuality by Robin Roberts warrant caution for older children and adults.

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Light moral worldview promotes hope, friendship, optimism, and the power of imagination, with some redemptive references to sacrifice, but in a politically correct moment a broadcast anchor discusses her talk with President Obama about same sex marriage and how she is a lesbian

Foul Language:
No obscenities or profanities

Violence:
No Violence;

Sex:
No sex scenes or lewd references but a woman mentions she’s a lesbian and mentions her support for same-sex marriage

Nudity:
No nudity

Alcohol Use:
No alcohol use

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Nothing else objectionable.

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ONE DAY AT DISNEY is a documentary movie about what it’s like working for Disney Studios, as 10 employees with vastly different jobs discuss their experiences. ONE DAY AT DISNEY is very entertaining and the documentary covers a multitude of jobs through Disney, which gives the audience insight to the many exciting jobs. ONE DAY AT DISNEY has light moral, redemptive elements promoting hope, friendship, optimism, sacrifice, and the power of imagination, but light politically references to one employee’s homosexuality warrant caution for older children and adults.

The documentary begins by explaining the origins of the Disney company founded by Walt Disney. Walt Disney’s dream “started with the mouse,” and expanded into multiple worldwide parks, movies, TV programs, and Broadway musicals.

The first man interviewed is Bob Iger, the former CEO and Chairman of the Disney company. He talks about his experience working at Disney and how the first movie he attended was CINDERELLA. Another man interviewed is Eric Goldberg, an animator for Disney movies. His first big breakthrough was animating the genie in ALADDIN. Goldberg discusses the everchanging business of animation.

In addition, a Disneyland conductor discusses what it’s like working in the park and how he gets to make children smile. Broadcast anchor Robin Roberts of GOOD MORNING AMERICA is interviewed about working through ABC-TV, the television network owned by Disney. She talks about her major milestones with the company and its support when she was diagnosed with cancer.

Six more individuals are interviewed about their experiences working for Disney and the specifics of their jobs. Those jobs include a sculptor, robot engineer, picture book animator, production set designer, animal kingdom vet, and a member of the LION KING musical cast. Each person has an inspiring story and expresses enthusiasm about his job.

ONE DAY AT DISNEY is very entertaining and imaginative. The documentary covers a multitude of jobs through Disney, which gives the audience insight to the many exciting jobs there. The jobs portrayed are exciting and show the creative side of the industry through animating, drawing picture books and designing production sets. Many children would be inspired to work for Disney.

ONE DAY AT DISNEY has a light moral worldview that promotes hope, sacrifice, optimism, hard work, and imagination. For example, Robin Roberts believes that her optimism shines through on GOOD MORNING AMERICA and talks about being optimistic instead of pessimistic. The documentary doesn’t contain foul language, lewd content, violence, or nudity. However, Roberts discusses her talk with President Obama about same-sex marriage and how she is herself a lesbian. Because of this politically correct content, MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution.

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