Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism

Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism
Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism




96 minutes


Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Life in Hardwick House is tough for Molly Moon and her friend Rocky, living under the watchful eye of orphanage director Miss Adderstone, who makes it her mission to uphold Hardwick’s slogan ‘Chin Up, Work Hard, Be Useful’. Banned from TV or even the simple pleasure of singing, Molly and Rocky retreat to the library, where they discover a mysterious book that promises to reveal the art of hypnotism. When Rocky is suddenly adopted, Molly is dismayed to lose her only friend and heads off to London, book in hand, to try and bring him back. Arriving in the big city, the thrill of using her newfound hypnotic powers takes hold, leading Molly to take her life in a dramatic new direction.

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Very mild slapstick violence, threat.

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