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The child's relationship with the fox does border on obsession, and there are moments where she is in peril, but she learns a valuable lesson that will ring a bell with viewers of all ages. There is a scene near the end of the movie that might be shocking and distressing to younger or more sensitive viewers where the fox is seriously injured.
- Joly Herman
Jun 02, 2009 · The Fox and the Child Critics Consensus. Jackanory-esque voiceover from Winslet lends a syrupy tone to this mawkish and slow, but beautifully shot, human/beastie buddy movie. 50%
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May 08, 2018 · Kate Winslet speaks gently over the beautiful scenery and the Fox and the Child. I have recommended this movie to a lot of people. The amazing insight into the world of the Fox is beautiful and the gentleness of the Child is clearly shown. I love this movie. If you are looking for an example of "Living in the Moment" this movie is perfect.
Jun 12, 2009 · A nature documentary blended with gentle drama, The Fox and the Child has a simple premise: Cute, 10-year-old girl spends a year stalking a fox which she dubs Lily, befriends the creature and her ...
Luc Jacquet’s ‘The Fox and the Child’, his semi-autobiographical follow-up to ‘March of the Penguins’, is structured along the lines of a quaint bedtime tale. I
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Here, it is Kate Winslet who takes on narratorial duties as the child - a little girl with hair as red as the fox she falls in love with - goes about her bucolic ramblings in the forests of France. The term "gentle" is too harsh a word to describe the pace of this tale, which is so slow in places it's a wonder moss isn't growing on it.
Beautiful slow moving film that kids will love (5 yr old and 10 old loved it equally). As mentioned in previous reviews, the last moments of the film closes (spoiler alert) with a bloodied, unsightly beloved fox, which greatly upset my 5 year old after a whole film of coming to love this fox.
Feb 29, 2008 · Directed by Luc Jacquet. With Bertille Noël-Bruneau, Isabelle Carré, Thomas Laliberté, Camille Lambert. It has been described as both a nature documentary and a "fairy tale" look at the story of young girl and her friendship with a fox.
- Luc Jacquet