Alma is a five-minute horror animated film. As the film opens cheerful music plays in the background and the scenery seems peaceful but later there is a big twist. I felt this film was like a warning, a cautionary tale. It warns children not to wander the streets alone, not to get angry, and not to touch things that do not belong to them. On a cold winter’s day a little girl, Alma, walks on the street alone. Maybe she lives near the street so she knows where there is. However, it does not seem safe because there aren’t people there and if she has an accident she will be without help. She shouldn’t have gone there alone. She sees a doll in a shop window that looks just like her. When she tries to open the door of the shop, she can’t do it. She gets angry and throws a snowball at the door. That was bad behavior. She is supposed to knock on a door first before entering .If no one answers she is supposed to go back home. Nevertheless she goes inside. The doll that was standing on a table has now moved to a shelf. She doesn’t care because she only wants to get the doll. She touches the doll and is transported through the eyes of the doll and trapped inside the doll’s body. She had only been thinking of herself and she didn’t care about anything else when she touched the doll. She shouldn’t have touched it without asking. Parents often worry about their children’s safety. But children want to go out alone to be rebellious. If they want to get something they forget everything except what they want. It’s a very dangerous way of thinking. This cautionary tale for children to keep them safe may rob both parents and children of their sleep.