The Secret of Moonacre

The Secret of Moonacre
The Secret of Moonacre

Year

2009

Duration

99 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The spirit of children's classics The Secret Garden and The Chronicles of Narnia is alive and well in this period fantasy adventure, with influences from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Maria Merryweather, is a 13-year-old orphan who goes to live with her eccentric uncle in a ramshackle old house. She soon discovers an ancient feud between her family and the mysterious De Noirs that revolves around a mythical woman known as the Moon Princess. Could Maria's destiny be linked to another world?

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Contains very mild threat and language

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