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When a lonely young boy named Angus discovers a large,mysterious egg along the shores of Loch Ness, no one is prepared for what lies within. He soon discovers that the strange, mischievous hatchling inside is none other than The Water Horse, the loch's most mysterious and fabled creature! But with the Water Horse growing ten times its size every day, Angus finds it increasingly difficult to keep his new friend a secret. Two-time Academy Award(r) nominee Emily Watson (1998, Hilary and Jackie; 1996 Breaking the Waves), Alex Etel, Ben Chaplin (The Thin Red Line), David Morrissey (The Reaping) and Brian Cox (Running with Scissors) star in this heart warming tale from director Jay Russell (Tuck Everlasting) and written by Robert Nelson Jacobs (Flushed Away).
Tratto dall'omonimo romanzo per ragazzi di Dick King-Smith, il film girato tra Scozia e Nuova Zelanda narra di un solitario ragazzo scozzese, Angus, che scopre un misterioso uovo sulle riva di un lago del suo paese. Quando l'uovo si schiude il ragazzo si trova davanti ad una creatura leggendaria, ovvero il mitico mostro marino tanto caro alla tradizione scozzese: Loch-Ness. L'amicizia e il legame tra l'animale e il giovane cresce in proporzione al pericolo di venire scoperti e Angus dovrà lottare per cercare di proteggere il suo strano "amico" da un mondo che non accetta la diversità. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.
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Budgeted at a healthy forty million, the film has fine actors, beautiful Scottish settings (and beautiful New Zealand settings standing in for Scottish settings), authentically detailed evocation of the World War II time period and great special effects from Weta Workshop, who did Lord of the Rings, that produced a lifelike creature that always seemed to actually be there. The film was supported by one of noted film score composer Jame Newton Howard's most exciting adventure scores which embraced the Celtic setting and included The Chieftain's along with the usual orchestra.
The result is a family film that all ages can enjoy, even parents and grandparents. The film accomplishes this by working as a character drama of a young boy missing his father who left for the war effort, his mother and sister who know he is dead but are fearful of telling the boy, the arrival of the British Army to protect the local Loch from German submarine intrusion, and possible spies and romantic tension between two men who have an eye for the widowed mother. That's a lot more backstory and context than many other fantasy films aimed at families, which tend to have stock characters and settings. Into all this, which could have made a movie itself with more writing is tossed a creature from Celtic legend, a water horse, a Loch Ness type of sea monster most often totally evil in the original legends, luring people, mostly children, to ride on it's back then drowning them. Here the creature is raised from his birth from an egg the boy Angus finds on the lake shore and so bonds with the boy in a rare friendship. As a hatchling Crusoe is cute, playful and apt to get into trouble-causing antics that provide comedy in the early part of the film. As a magical creature his growth rate is abnormally fast and soon can no longer be hidden in the house (the beautiful Ardkinglas House on the west coast of Scotland).
Alex Etel does a fine job playing Angus, a large role for a young boy to carry. Emily Watson is totally sympathetic as the mother and the supporting cast is believable in their roles. The film is both exciting and heartwarming and can be recommended easily to anyone inclined to like this sort of fantasy film.
The silver lining for our family was that this experience provided an opportunity to discuss what stories are, what happens to them as they are retold, how storytellers have agendas that they are pushing and how important it is to for us to be aware of this as we expose ourselves to media and to not passively swallow whatever is being shoveled at us.