South Korea | 2018 | 108 min.
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Junha is a South Korean fourth grader whose problem behavior requires an understanding and helpful approach by his parents, teachers and schoolmates.
More than anything, he wants to be the cleaning robot WALL-E from the eponymous animated story, but he must go to school just like his peers. Junha sometimes hits his classmates and spits on them. Although the kids are at first afraid and avoid him, they gradually find a way to get on with Junha. Instead of just ignoring his special means of expression they find a way to make friends with him. His teachers work with his parents and the kids to include Junha in all activities, even though finding the path into his special world is not easy.
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