Director: Mark Foster
Cast: Ewan McGregor, Bronte Carmichael.
Cristofeo Robin is no longer the same child who plays in a fictional country. He grew up and old friends were left somewhere deep in his memory. He now has bigger problems and concerns. There is a job, a family, an ordinary life. That is the case that swallowed the man whole.
Friends remember him, but there, behind the magic door, misfortune happens. Autumn is coming and the toys start to disappear. And only one brave bear cub can find Christopher Robin and all of them.
For me, the film suddenly turned out to have deep philosophical meaning. Autumn in life does not come when you get old, but when you forget your childhood. Winnie the Pooh’s conclusions are, of course, naive, but having gone through them yourself, you begin to understand that it is not worth giving up having fun, playing games, defeating the terrible Potoslonams, drinking tea and visiting each other. And yet, not a single job in the world is worth the time you can spend with your loved ones.
A nice slightly philosophical family movie about true friendship and growing up. In what in the movie everyone will see their own. Young children – cute stuffed animals, older children – a story about a family, adults – about how important it is not to forget childhood.
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