The Secret Garden
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Living in India, Mary Lennox, a young, privileged girl, is left orphaned when her parents are killed in an earthquake. She is sent back to England where she goes to live on her uncle's ...... (Full plot summary below)

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Living in India, Mary Lennox, a young, privileged girl, is left orphaned when her parents are killed in an earthquake. She is sent back to England where she goes to live on her uncle's ...

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Chicago Sun-Times - 10/10 by Roger EbertIt is a work of beauty, poetry and deep mystery, and watching it is like entering for a time into a closed world where one's destiny may be discovered.
Independent on Sunday - 9/10 by Quentin CurtisThe film has charm, without wandering into the realm of magic.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 9/10 by Carrie RickeyThis enchanted tale vividly shows how love heals and nurtures barren souls, makes them flourish like abundant Edens.
Baltimore Sun - 9/10 by Steve McKerrowThe movie enchants, with a visual texture that clearly bears the mark of executive producer Francis Ford Coppola and confirms the arrival of Oscar-nominated Polish director Agnieszka Holland.
Christian Science Monitor - 9/10 by David SterrittAn intelligently conceived and finely crafted picture with a G rating, a tag normally shunned by ambitious filmmakers because of its association with kiddie cartoons and squeaky-clean dullness.
Radio Times - 8/10 by David ParkinsonThe film retains the gothic atmosphere of the book and looks amazing, thanks to Roger Deakins's scintillating photography. Stealing the show is Maggie Smith as beastly housekeeper Mrs Medlock.
Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Kenneth TuranRather than a fresh breeze, it's the stale air of gilded calculation, the uncomfortable feeling that things are excessively "just so," that overhangs much that is genuinely appealing about this film.
Time Out - 8/10 by Trevor JohnstonWith well-judged performances played straight, and topical subtexts (Green consciousness, the dysfunctional family), this 'children's' film sets no age limit on its potential audience.
Spirituality and Practice - 8/10 by Frederic and Mary Ann BrussatAn earth-cherishing drama about the restorative powers of nature, friendship and nurturing.
Washington Post - 7/10 by Desson ThomsonWhat a pleasure -- and what a challenge for the filmmakers -- to come up with a movie that exists primarily on ambience, character interplay, English accents and subtle class differences.

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