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October 23, 1991

Bilal's Dream

Author Affiliations

Bryn Mawr School Chicago, Ill

Bryn Mawr School Chicago, Ill

JAMA. 1991;266(16):2296. doi:10.1001/jama.1991.03470160128050

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Double Dutch—Double Jeopardy  , produced by Ginny Durrin, 1 VHS videocassette or 16 mm, 18 min, color, $295 purchase, $52 rental, $20 preview, Washington, DC, Durrin Productions Inc, 1991 (a program on AIDS for fourth- through sixth-grade students).Bilal's Dream was a great movie, and it gave out a good message to kids. I think that any child who smokes or is thinking about it will think twice after watching this movie, because it gives examples about what could happen to you when you smoke. I think the reasons that children would enjoy this film are that there are all kid actors, and also that the message is given through a song and rap performed by the Boys. It was a great film, and I enjoyed it very much.Double Dutch—Double Jeopardy is very informative about the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and I think I speak for most children when I