9

9
9

Year

2009

Duration

76 minutes

Genres

Animation, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

A fascinating computer-animated adventure in which the future of the world lies in the hands of a rag-doll called 9. Awakening to world where almost everything, including the whole human race, it seems all that is left is 9, eight fellow dolls and several mechanical beasts that are trying to kill them. The dolls struggle to stay ‘alive’ while discovering what happened to their world.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate sustained threat and animated violence.

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