Beautiful Creatures

Beautiful Creatures
Beautiful Creatures

Film Details

Year

2013

Duration

118 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Ethan's humdrum life in the small town of Gatlin is suddenly illuminated by a vision of a beautiful girl. The next day, he discovers that she is Lena, the new student in his class. As he gets to know her, Lena's complicated life comes into focus. She is a witch - or rather, a caster. With her sixteenth birthday coming up, Lena's powers of witchcraft are becoming spectacularly potent, but an increasingly burdensome responsibility. How will her romance with Ethan work alongside the demands of her family and their expectations of her? Based on the novel by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate language and threat

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