Up

Up
Up

Year

2009

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

When widower Carl Fredrickson finds out he is to be evicted from his home, he takes the opportunity to fulfil a long-cherished aeronautical dream. But he wasn't bargaining on the company of 8-year-old stowaway Russell. Up marries animation that's breathtaking even by Pixar's standards with storytelling so adept, you'll be crying and laughing within the first five minutes.

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"Some of them saw a clip from Wakolda (The German Doctor) on TV recently and really wanted to watch it. So I thought I’d take a chance, not expecting them to watch the whole film but the majority were absolutely gripped. "

- Ann Hardy, Teacher, Manchester Secondary PRU, Manchester