Arte, polémica y cuestiones morales se entremezclan en un documental tan entretenido como interesante.
"My kid could paint that" tells the story of Marla Olmstead, a girl who, at only four years of age, became an international celebrity when compared with painters such as Kandinsky or Pollock. She was the focus of attention of communication media who showed her paintings as master pieces. The documentary shows the transition of a regular girl who enjoyed painting in her kitchen at home to the media birth of a genius artist who sells her works for thousands of dollars. This story quickly invites to reflection. What is and what is not art? Is it appropriate to expose a minor to the public opinion for being considered a genius?
Art, controversy and ethical issues intermingle in this entertaining and interesting documentary