14:15 / Japanese animation about the adventures of a brave, little honeybee
7 November 2010
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Recommended age 4+
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This exquisitely animated environmental tale with a huge heart is based on the popular 1970s television series of the same name.
Hutch is the prince of Honey Hut Kingdom. When his mother the Queen, and all the other honeybees are kidnapped by the Hornets, Hutch vows to rescue them. But he’s only small and has no idea how to find them. Straying into human territory Hutch meets Amy, a little girl who amazingly can understand him. Their friendship gives them both the courage to make the journey to Hornet Castle and to brave the trials that await them.
Japan 2010 Dir. Tetsuro Amino 75 min. In Japanese with English subtitles read aloud