Time Out says
The kids responded with interest, and one bright spark decided that it would be a neat idea to collect six-million paper clips – one for every Jewish victim of the 1940s pogrom. Cue media attention, and an impressive two-year project that saw Holocaust survivors visit the school. The film has simple aims: to record and celebrate the school’s efforts, and to document the pupils’ wide-eyed responses. Straightforward, if a little drawn-out, ‘Paper Clips’ should serve interested youngsters well.