- Actors: ioan gruffudd, andy linden
- Directors: gabor csupo
- Language: Italian, English
- Subtitles: Italian
- Region: All Regions
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 1
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- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
- ASIN: B0041KW5IK
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moonacre - i segreti dell'ultima luna blu_ray Italian Import
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The DVD had quite a few Special Features including generous interview time with the cast.
It's rated PG in the USA and UK U (suitable for all). I don't think this was released in North America but it made $7 million worldwide with South Korea having the highest box-office total, follow closely by the UK.
Its a cute movie but do not go in with any expectations.
1)Both have character names which fit the character. The "evil" people have a French name (dead English giveaway) De Noir.
2)Characters are quirky.
3) Maria, who is orphaned at an early age discovers she is of royal bloodline.
4) Both have magical objects such as a magic mirror.
5) Both have a secret book in a library.
6) Luna Lovegood was clearly based on Moonacre character Loveday.
Maria is orphaned and goes to live with her uncle, who is very cold to her and her caretaker, Ms. Heliotrope. While there, magical things happen and she is instructed not to go into the forest where the Du Noirs roam. (They all dress in black.)
You don't see too much of the unicorn and lion on the cover, but they are in the film.
This is a movie adults can enjoy watching with their kids and also one for people who enjoy the type of names and symbolism one sees in Harry Potter. The movie has magical devices, but unlike Potter there is no real spell casting witchcraft. There is also a Romeo and Juliet element to the story which is revealed about half way through.
A great film especially for young girls, but not so childish adults can't enjoy it. The best of all worlds.
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