Norm of the North

Norm of the North
Norm of the North

Year

2016

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

When a property developer sets his sights on the Arctic, polar bear Norm is not too happy about the prospect of having human neighbours. Keen to halt the scheme in its tracks, he hitches a ride back to the developer’s offices in New York, along with some lemmings that are eager to help. Finding himself in the middle of a big city, Norm begins to enjoy himself as he makes friends with people who think he’s an actor in a bear suit. Will the lemmings be able to get him back into action and prevent the destruction of their natural habitat? An animated adventure about the importance of protecting the environment.

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U Classification

Mild slapstick, toilet humour, very mild bad language.

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