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Action and Adventure, Drama
French / German (English subtitles)
This adaptation of a hugely popular children's novel is set against the breathtaking scenery of the French Alps during the Second World War. Sébastien is a lonely but intrepid young boy who comes across a wild mountain dog. Despite knowing this must be ‘the beast’ the villagers believe has been killing their sheep, the two form an unlikely friendship. Threatened by Germans trawling the hills for members of the French Resistance and villagers hunting down the so-called beast, Belle and Sébastien must protect each other from harm in this thrilling children’s adventure.
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