London Bridges (Sara Fletcher) doesn’t really care about the people around her. She has her career, her looks, and her little dog; everyone else is simply there to serve her. When she arrives at the cute farmhouse where she will be shooting her latest film, There Will Be Oil, she finds little of the luxury she requires. To make things worse, two hair-brained thieves posing as paparazzi steal her prized “academy diamond necklace,” leaving London distraught. But as London interacts with these simple and friendly farm-town folks, she begins to realize that she is missing something even more important: meaningful relationships. London experiences a significant character arc as she begins to value those around her and cares less about what the media says. Tom Bridger (Russell Bradley Fenton), London’s handsome host who treats her with kindness and respect, plays an important role in helping London grow into a better person.
Though the film is sometimes a bit clumsy, Pawparazzi keeps it lively with witty puns, talking animals and slapstick humor. In the end, kindness and love win as people are valued over possessions. Dove awards Pawparazzi the All Ages Seal of Approval.
The Dove Take
Pawparazzi shows us that people are always more important than possessions.