Animal Farm

Animal Farm
Animal Farm

Year

1954

Duration

69 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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A faithful retelling of the classic story by novelist George Orwell. At first, the story may seem innocent enough and the colourful cast of talking farm animals cute - but look closer, and there's a dark and powerful tale being told here. When a group of farm animals run the evil farm owner off his land, everything seems like it's soon going to be perfect in this fair and just new world. But soon the pigs start warring amongst themselves, forcing the animals to choose sides...

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