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CHRONICLES OF ALBION

What to know: In 2011 three children Alice, Charlie and Jim all 15, catch hold of the book and are whisked through various time periods where they must solve the riddle of how they got there and how to get home.
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Recommended age 15-18
Screenplay
SUZANNE GREEN
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An entertaining adventure story with aspects of mystery, in which young and old are put in the position to help others and stop evil from destroying all that is good. Shows children breaking from the constraints of society to show that there is more to people, more to life than meets the eye. Ranking is low because of excessive bad language and violence. The themes of travel, magic powers, and good vs. evil, though not new, are appealing and interesting. The characters are three-dimensional. Though children's films do not benefit from showing prostitutes on the street, or bare chested men rushing into the camera, I liked that the characters paid no attention to the former, and the camera shots of the kids on the latter. For children who are used to being labeled, i.e.. jock, nerd, instead of as a complex individual, this story might help them to cast off their labels, looks past other's labels and unlock their expansive personalities.
In 2011 three children Alice, Charlie and Jim all 15, catch hold of the book and are whisked through various time periods where they must solve the riddle of how they got there and how to get home. Its soon clear that the book is the key and they must complete a quest to move forward
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