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Phantom Boy

Phantom Boy
Phantom Boy

Year

2015

Duration

85 minutes

Genres

Animation, Crime, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Surrounded by his loving family, Leo is a boy suffering from a serious illness in hospital. One of its side-effects, however, gives him the ability to float through space unseen, a power which soon comes in very useful when supervillain The Face threatens to destroy New York City. Choosing to use his energy to fight crime for the good of the city, Leo is aided by a journalist and a wheelchair-bound police officer who is recovering after an encounter with the master criminal. Together they race against time to prevent the city from falling, cleverly using Leo’s power as the ace up their sleeve.

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Mild violence, threat.

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