Animal Farm

Animal Farm
Animal Farm

Year

1999

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

What would happen if one day the animals on a farm decided that being milked, over-fed and eventually sent to slaughter didn't really suit them? What if they got rid of the farmer? That is what happens in George Orwell's famous book, from which this smart film is adapted using a mix of real animals, puppets and CGI animation. Orwell wrote the story as a reaction to what had been happening in Russia under Stalin, but you can still get into the story if you don't know much about that period of history.

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This film has one use of mild bad language.

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