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dodi mustafa over 6 years ago
this is a movie about socialism implemented on fable story based on george orwell's book
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
In my opinion, they have not yet truly adapted this story to the big screen. Kids stuff.
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Jairaj Sethi over 7 years ago
Animal Farm was a made for TV film version of the 1945 George Orwell novel of the same name. The film tells the story of how the animals of a farm successfully revolt against its human owner, only to slide into a more brutal tyranny among themselves. It was released in 1999 by Hallmark Films. It currently holds a 40% critical rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with a mixed to positive reception elsewhere. With a huge downpour of rain washing away a large structure, Jessie, a Border Collie narrates how the animals have been in hiding from Napoleon and his spies but are now ready to come out of hiding. She then begins to tell how they came to be in this situation. Mr. Pilkington drives a cart with his wife and two sons through Mr. Jones' farm to return his horse. Mr. Jones invites him to a gathering he is hosting, also wishing to talk about his debts with Mr. Pilkington who brushes him off saying that he could just sell him his farm. Jessie informs the horse that there will be a meeting for the...
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