Only presents the question, not the answer
I give this a 9 instead of a 10 because it only presents us with a question, and doesn't really show us the answer.
Parents pretend to happy to avoid depressing their kids. Teachers pretend to be angry to scare students into doing what they want.
It's all common knowledge.
The question is - Should this be stopped? And if so, how?
This animation provides us with none of the answers. Instead, the boy gets the easy way out by having some girl magically appear to comfort him.
In real life you have to take the hard way out, you have to confront the problem. You can't rely on strangers magically appearing and comforting you.
Good job on presenting the question, now we just need the answer.