The Twilight Saga: New Moon

The Twilight Saga: New Moon
The Twilight Saga: New Moon




126 minutes


Action and Adventure, Drama, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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After only two films, Twilight is already established as one of the most fiercely loved series in movie history - anyone trying to argue with its fans is pursuing a lost cause. For anyone not yet on board, New Moon starts with mortal girl Bella and vampire Edward Cullen deeply in love - but soon he decides he's a danger to her, and leaves town. A very moody and self-destructive Bella starts hanging out with Jacob Black, who has secrets of his own... Even if you're not one of legions of dedicated Twilight fans, there's plenty to enjoy in this tale of big passions.

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