The Cat Returns

The Cat Returns
The Cat Returns

Year

2002

Duration

75 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

As she's coming home from school, 17-year-old Haro performs a good deed when she saves a passing cat from being run over. But little did she know that in doing so she was saving none other than Lune, royal prince of the entire Cat Kingdom - and that as a result, Lune's father the king has decided she should marry his son! This charming and more-than-slightly-surreal feline adventure comes from Studio Ghibli, the Japanese animation company that made the likes of Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle. The Cat Returns is every bit as original and imaginative as those marvellous fantasies.

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This film contains scenes of mild threat.

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