Chicken Run

It was a treat to revisit Chicken Run recently with my children.  It was their first feature-length film (unless you consider of the The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh a full-length feature).
The natural light on the Chicken Run sets was wonderful to see, and the subtle expressions of the characters were a delight.  This movie moves at a perfect pace, the story unfolding with the quiet tension of its predecessor The Great Escape.  It is much less confounding than the more recent Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
After the movie, Hannah, age 3,  said: “Mrs Tweedy has a really mean voice.  She is mean and intentable.”

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