When he published THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN in 1872, George MacDonald set the stage for C.S. Lewis and modern Christian fantasy. Now, MacDonald's classic tale comes to the big screen as an animated feature which tells the story of a young princess who has to overcome her fears to help save her father's kingdom from the forces of darkness. The film is superbly crafted, exciting and thought-provoking, but children need a theologically mature guide to help them understand its Christian import because some of the symbols in the movie are open to misinterpretation.
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