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Spirited Away

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Chihiro has had her name taken away from her and as the lowest form of life in this strange, magical world of gods, witches and monsters; she has to save her parents, work in a bathhouse, help her friend and stop No Face from swallowing everyone! Surely that’s one too many things for a girl to handle? Let’s see if she can go against all the wonderful magical odds...

Screening as part of Children's Film Club.

Ticket: £4 for all

Country of Origin: Japan  Year: 2001   Running Time: 2hr 5 mins  
BBFC Advice: PG Parental guidance recommended, some scenes may be unsuitable for children.  

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