Children’s movies and television shows are recognising and exploring mental health themes, more than they used to. Spark Entertainment investigates what impact this may have on the young viewers, and how it can affect their own development and behaviours. When the Disney movie Inside Out was released in 2015, it was met with critical acclaim. […]
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