Up

Up
Up

Year

2009

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

When widower Carl Fredrickson learns that he is to be evicted from his home that he built and shared with his wife, Ellie, he decides to take the opportunity to fulfil a life-long dream. Instead of vacating the property, Carl attaches thousands of colourful helium balloons to the house and shocks those in the neighbourhood by floating away on his makeshift airship. Heading for Paradise Falls in South America – a destination which his wife long dreamt of visiting – he seeks to fulfil his promise to her, but Carl’s plans become complicated when he realises that he’s not the only one on board. A young boy scout named Russell accidentally finds himself along for the ride, and there are more problems for the pair to face upon arrival at Paradise Falls. ‘Up’ is a moving portrayal of family, friendship, romance and loss, full of warmth, humour and colourful characters.

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U Classification

Contains mild threat.

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