Aug 02, 2022
In Performing Arts Forum
Considering the bloody scenes on the screen, parents have aroused heated discussions about "whether it is suitable for children to watch", should they agree or should they be banned? BabyHome parents share their views. The Japanese animation "Blade of Ghost Slayer" is hotly debated in primary and secondary schools and parents circles. The starting point of the story is that the protagonist's home is attacked by ghosts, his family members are killed, and the only surviving sister has also become a ghost, so the protagonist embarks on a dangerous journey. Find a way to make your sister recover. The main reason why the animation has bulk sms service attracted the attention and discussion of parents is that some of the scenes are bloody, and some parents think that it is not suitable for children to watch, but there are also parents who express that it is of educational significance, telling about family and friendship and testing human nature. The animation "Ghost Slayer" has a total of 26 episodes, and the ratings are different for each online video platform. It is displayed as +16 restricted level on Netflix, and Elda, KKTV, Line TV, etc. currently have no ratings; the movie "Ghost Slayer Theater" "Unlimited Train Edition" is a protected level, and can be viewed by the age of six. Is "Ghost Slayer" suitable for children to watch? BabyHome parents have three different views. 1. Watch with your child "No matter what you watch, it's more important for parents to accompany them and give them the right direction. It's better than a child's sneaky exploration and an adult who doesn't know anything. I will also discuss the plot with the child, which is warm and touching." "At first, I was also worried that the child would have nightmares after watching it. Later, I found out that I was thinking too much, and I was moved. The film wanted to express very positive, and the bloody scenes were much less." "I was very moved after watching the movie version. I told myself and my children to be kind and strong people, know how to protect yourself, and protect others when you have more ability."