Into The West

Into The West
Into The West

Year

1992

Duration

97 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Tayto and Oisín live on a tough council estate in Dublin. One day their grandfather brings them an unusual gift: a beautiful white horse. They keep the horse in their flat, which the neighbours are not too happy about, and their grandfather tells them stories about the stallion's magic adventures. However, when the horse is stolen it's Tayto's and Oisín's turn to have their own thrilling journey to get him back. An exciting film that mixes a realistic setting with fairy-tale events.

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This film has several uses of mild bad language and mild violence.

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