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Katherine Maradiaga over 6 years ago
Pretty cinematography, but filled with standard cliches and all-too-familiar story lines.
Mahshid Emami over 1 year ago
Chris Cox almost 2 years ago
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Phetcharat 4 years ago
Briana Flint over 4 years ago
Meryll Villanueva over 4 years ago
gio 5 years ago
Gospodarica Zmajeva over 6 years ago
Ruth Krystopolski over 6 years ago
Kara Zonbi over 6 years ago
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Renee Thompson almost 7 years ago
gesine almost 7 years ago
Esme Rabin almost 7 years ago
Alex Espinosa 7 years ago
The Secret of Moonacre is a film adaptation of the novel The Little White Horse by Elizabeth Goudge. The film, which started filming on 1 October 2007, was released in the UK February 2009 by Warner Bros. The film will be distributed to select theatres in the United States on August 12, 2010 through a Screenvision one-night-only limited theatrical release event. The World Premiere was held at Toronto International Film Festival in 2008. It stars Dakota Blue Richards in the lead role as Maria. She said her character is very much a lady, which she felt was very different from her debut role in The Golden Compass. The movie is directed by Gabor Csupo, who also directed the praised Bridge to Terabithia. Tagline: A Magical Journey Begins. The movie was mainly filmed in Hungary, but a few scenes were filmed in London, England. Maria Merryweather's father is killed and his debts have caused the loss of all he owns- he leaves her nothing but an old book, "The Ancient Chronicles of Moonacre...
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