The Fox and The Child

The Fox and The Child
The Fox and The Child

Year

2007

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Drama, Family

Language

French

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Sometimes the simplest stories are the ones we find the most powerful - and that's certainly true of The Fox and The Child. It tells the story of a young girl growing up in the French countryside who keeps seeing a wild fox out in the woods near her home. Soon, she becomes determined to make friends with the animal - but as the tale unfolds, the question becomes if a human and a fox can ever really share in each other's lives? Gentle and unhurried, The Fox and The Child has such beautiful scenes of life among wild foxes that it almost feels like a documentary.

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