Two By Two (Oops, Noah is Gone!)

Two By Two (Oops, Noah is Gone!)
Two By Two (Oops, Noah is Gone!)

Year

2015

Duration

85 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

A flood is coming and Lion announces an ark has been built to save two animals from every species, as long as they are on the list to be saved. Unfortunately, Dave and his son Finny are peculiarly rare Nestrians that are not allowed on board. They team up with a mother and daughter but the children get separated from their parents leaving them stranded. It's then a race against time as Finny and Leah try everything to get back to the ship and their parents. A fresh and funny take on a well-known tale, this European animation celebrates uniqueness and the importance of friendship.

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Mild threat, comic violence, rude humour.

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