A Turtle's Tale - Sammy's Adventures

A Turtle's Tale - Sammy's Adventures
A Turtle's Tale - Sammy's Adventures




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Sammy the turtle is undertaking an extraordinary 50-year journey. He attempts the epic task that all turtles face - surviving the perilous oceans in a bid to one day return to the very beach he was born upon. But it's not just sea-going predators that threaten Sammy’s life in this cute animated adventure. Pollution, discarded plastic and treacherous oil spills all damage the once tranquil environment and set back Sammy’s own romantic mission - to find the beautiful Shelly, the childhood sweetheart he became separated from at sea. This is a visually rich. jolly Belgian animation tempered by a poignant environmental message.


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