Cleo

Cleo
Cleo

Year

2015

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English / French

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Synopsis

During the winter school break, a group of children in a small village decide that the best way to pass the time is with a massive snowball fight. They split into two teams, led by 11-year-old team captains Luke and Sophie, and build a snow fort, with one team attacking and the other defending. Whichever team has control of the fort on the last day of winter break will be declared the winners. As the game progresses, the kids discover more about the nature of battle, as well as learning more about themselves, with Luke and Sophie growing closer throughout this animated comedy.

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PG Classification

Mild threat, dangerous behaviour.

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