Bridge To Terabithia

Bridge To Terabithia
Bridge To Terabithia

Year

2007

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Based on Katherine Paterson's novel, this charming family fantasy film follows the adventures of two ten-year-old misfits. Artistic Jess is initially suspicious of new girl Leslie, but he soon recognises a kindred spirit. They create an imaginary world in the woods near their homes called Terabithia, and as their adventures become ever-more elaborate, their lives change for the better. But their idyllic escapades can't last forever. A powerful portrayal of love, loss, and imagination, as seen through children's eyes.

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Contains scary scenes and emotional distress.

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