Brave

Brave
Brave

Year

2012

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Disney Pixar brings you the magical, mythical world of the Scottish Highlands. Rebellious Princess Merida doesn’t see why she needs to get married, but her mother insists it is her destiny. As the Scottish clans gather to offer up their best men to compete for Merida’s hand in marriage, she decides to take her fate into her own hands. With the help of a strange witch, she unleashes a spell to change her mother’s mind - but instead stirs up an ancient, beastly legend. Bringing the beauty of the Scottish Highlands to life and telling the cautionary tale of being careful what you wish for, this is fairytale animation at its best.

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Contains some scary scenes.

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