Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe
Robinson Crusoe

Year

2016

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English / French / German

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Synopsis

When gangly Crusoe washes up on an isolated island paradise, his appearance causes quite a stir amongst the inhabitants – a motley crew of beasts led by bored parrot Tuesday. Never having seen a human before they are amazed by him, and by the promise of a world beyond their own that he brings – especially for Tuesday, who is desperate to explore beyond the limited borders of the island. Despite not having a shared language, the curious critters and Crusoe learn to communicate as he relies on them to survive, and he in turn helps them when the island is threatened by a gang of unruly savage cats.

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PG Classification

Mild threat, mild bad language.

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