The Neverending Story

The Neverending Story
The Neverending Story

Year

1984

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This epic fantasy adventure starts with a bullied and lonely boy reading a book in a strange shop - before he finds that he's becoming part of the story, and can even begin to control some of what happens in it. Meanwhile, in the book, another boy is setting off on a series of dangerous tasks in a world full of strange and wonderful creatures - including a fluffy dragon, a giant racing snail and a huge, talking wolf...

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This film contains mild scary and emotional scenes.

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