Belle et Sébastien, l'aventure continue (Belle & Sebastian: The Adventure Continues)

Belle et Sébastien, l'aventure continue (Belle & Sebastian: The Adventure Continues)
Belle et Sébastien, l'aventure continue (Belle & Sebastian: The Adventure Continues)




97 minutes


Action and Adventure, Family



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Two years after they bravely stood up to the Nazis, World War Two is over and Sebastian and his loyal canine companion Belle can start getting back to normal. However, Sebastian’s friend Angelina, who was a pilot during the war, hasn’t yet returned- and when the news arrives that her plane was involved in a crash deep in the transalpine forest, Sebastian is convinced she is still alive and in need of his help. Determined to bring his friend home, he enlists the help of Angelina’s father and another pilot from the village and sets out with Belle by his side to investigate.


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mild threat, mild bad language

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