Adventures in Zambezia

Adventures in Zambezia
Adventures in Zambezia

Year

2012

Duration

79 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

A lonely falcon named Kai leaves his overprotective father and the deserted African plain they live on to join the bird paradise of Zambezia. He quickly makes friends in the bustling colony, but the harmony of his new home is threatened when a group of sneaky Marabou birds and a dangerous lizard try and take over. With a combination of vibrant colours and a lively African soundtrack this film blends an important message of community and learning to work as a team.

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