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A half-striped zebra that is rejected by his superstitious, all-striped herd goes on a daring quest in this bright and lively South African animated adventure comedy, which has an important message about learning to accept yourself. After the other zebras blame the strange-looking foal for the lack of rain and spreading drought, he ventures beyond his home, following a map to what may be a water source. Along the way he encounters a diverse range of animals, from a ferocious leopard to a free-spirited wildebeest and an insecure ostrich, learning that difference can be a strength.
Animation based on a traditional African tale about a headstrong baby whose cleverness is a match for the wicked sorceress that threatens his village.
5–11 years 70 mins
Oscar-winning animated version of the timeless folk tale, set to Sergei Prokofiev's classic orchestral composition.
5–16 years 32 mins
A touching story backdropped by beautiful Mongolian scenery, as little Nansal befriends a stray dog.
7–11 years 89 mins
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