Aspiring kids from all over the world convene in Rotterdam to compete in the junior version Eurovision song contest.
Or delicate Georgian Mariam, who has an entire struggling country’s hopes pinned on her. Johnson avoids a mocking tone, and his subjects’ glowing enthusiasm is warming. Could have done without his trite voiceover comments about war in Europe, though.
A cast of cute kids and quirky teens make for an unorthodox but endearing documentary.
Reviewed by Dan Jolin