Tuesday, 2 February 2016

The Little Prince [#movie #review]

by Mark Osborne

As expected, I was moved very much watching this film. The story of the Little Prince always moves me a lot, and the additions of events and characters made in this version managed to touch me too. The story reminds me of Peter Pan, with the desire to not grow up and the melancholy due to the fact that it's inevitable. Less sad, though, and more concrete, especially as the central theme has become the acceptance of death as part of life. A movie that did really well from all points of view, which has been able to bring to the screen an immortal story without to disappoint (or so it was in my case) those who love the book.

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