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Paper Planes

Paper Planes
Paper Planes

Year

2014

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

When a student teacher comes to school, 12 year-old Dylan discovers he has an unusual hidden talent for making great paper planes. Despite difficulties at home, with the support of his eccentric granddad and funny friends, Dylan eventually makes it to the junior championships. Competing with the world’s best he learns to make new friends, build better planes and starts to figure out how to get along with his dad now that his mum has gone. This is an uplifting family drama with an imaginative premise and some hilarious moments.

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Infrequent very mild bad language.

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