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Ida's Luck - Part 1

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Jan 21, 2007 | 2:49 PM EST
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A strange, silent little girl turns up out of nowhere on a stormy day with only a name tag to identify her. Luckily, a kindly older couple takes her in, but for Ida and the people of Catterwall, this is where the luck ends. It seems everywhere Ida goes, misfortune is soon to follow. And it's about to get much worse.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow..this does make children look scary

i don''t know what to say... it kept my interest. it was well put together and coherent. I really got into the story.

when is part two coming?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


somewhat chilling, i loved it. i cant wait for part two

Ida is so cute too ^-^

its fantastic. well done


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it

First review in a while...
I didn't want it to end. There were a couple of inflection issues on the voice over. Overall though the story is gripping...i can't wait for the follow up


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i actually loged in just so i could rate this film(so far beyond a flash)
amazing absolutely stunning


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Exactly what makes Childrin so breathtaking.

I really appreciate that sense of contrast you put in each of the Childrin R Skary release, as well as the strong gothic atmosphere (mainly because of the main protagonists' char design. Those pitch-black expressive eyes... Deep, somewhat scary, yet it makes little Ida so cute and expressive. The same goes for the whole of your serie.)

But what I really love is that sense of contrast of yours : Ida's innocence, and then all those bizarre events. Somehow, linking innocence and obscure omens was brilliant (and then again, the same goes for the rest of the Childrin R Skary serie.)

Finally, the way it is narrated really makes you feel like you're sitting in a local library's children corner listening to some writer reading his work. Simply breathtaking and immersive.

The entire world begs you for more !