Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom
Moonrise Kingdom

Year

2012

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Young and in love, Sam and Suzy decide to run away from their family homes and escape into the great wilderness of a New England island. A keen boy scout, Sam is adept at outdoors survival techniques and they are soon content in each other's company, beneath the stars. Meanwhile, Sam's scout troop leaders are alarmed by his disappearance and begin tracking him, along with Suzy’s oddball parents. Wes Anderson's films always feature great actors playing quirky, dysfunctional characters, and this charming (and at times daft) 1960s-set comedy follows suit.

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