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At the turn of the 20th century, three Yorkshire children lost their father; the police took him away, their mother refused to explain why. In a new country home, the lonely children waited and hoped, waving faithfully to passengers on a nearby train each dayuntil befriended by a kind old gentleman. Could he help bring back their lost father? Jenny Agutter and Richard Attenborough star in a touching adaptation of Edith Nesbit's novel.
Love it! We watched few times and my little daughter was watching still from the beginning to the end. Recommended to all my friends!Published 8 months ago by just_mihaela
Very true to the book for the most part. Charming view of Victorian life and values of the period.Published 11 months ago by Vivienne Allen
This was a super movie to watch as a whole family. The children learning to live in a way that was totally different than they were used to. Read morePublished 16 months ago by mjw
While I thoroughly enjoyed this 2002 production, I prefer the 1970 version which, to my mind, contained more subtle humour.
One observation on the credits above. Read more
This story is very lovely and nice to watch over and over again.
Personally I find a touch of romance is added where there is none in the book, but overall the story is quite... Read more