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Science Fiction and Fantasy
French (English subtitles)
Don't be put off by the fact this classic movie is in black and white, and now over 60 years old - it's one of the most enthralling films you could ever see, full of magic, passion and danger. The basic plot is familiar from the fairy tale - Beauty is made to live with the animalistic Beast in return for her father's life - but the world it creates is like no other; statues live, mirrors talk, and love overcomes prejudice.
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