Coraline

Coraline
Coraline

Year

2009

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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In this stop-motion animation, adapted from the book by Neil Gaiman, 11-year-old Coraline finds a secret passage leading to a parallel version of her life. Beyond the passage, her bedroom is huge, her mum never tells her off and it's always cake for dinner. But is it all too good to be true? Director Henry Selick has created an imaginatively detailed, spooky world, resulting in a rich, multi-layered film for all the family that combines beauty and scares to winning effect.

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Contains mild threat and scary scenes and one use of mild language.

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