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The Secret GardenDvDrip[720x576]AC3[2ch][Eng]-RHooD
F I L E I N F O
Title......[ The Secret Garden
Rating.....[ G - General
Genre......[ Family / Drama / 19th Century / Sentimental / Classic / RHooD
Store Date.[ 21 Jan 2008
Audio......[ AC3 48000Hz 192kb/s (2ch-Stereo) [1.54% overhead]
Video......[ 2602kbps XviD 25FPS [0.18% overhead]
Sample Size[ 24bit
Subs.......[ TSGarden_Subs[Eng]-RHooD.srt (seperate sub file - For the hearing impaired)
Size.......[ 1900 MB
N O T E S
The timeless tale of a special place where magic, hope and love grow.
A young British girl born and reared in India loses her neglectful parents in an earthquake. She is returned to England to live at her uncle's castle. Her uncle is very distant due to the loss of his wife ten years before. Neglected once again, she begins exploring the estate and discovers a garden that has been locked and neglected. Aided by one of the servants' boys, she begins restoring the garden, and eventually discovers some other secrets of the manor.
Written by Ed Sutton
C O M M E N T S
Mesmerizing, beautifully acted family film, 27 August 1999
Author: Tommy-92 from baltimore, maryland
While I have called The Secret Garden a family film, that doesn't mean it's just for children. It is a film for all ages, and sure to be enjoyed by all of them, too. A vivid and affecting film, it's got many things going for it: mesmerizing cinemetography and time-lapse photography, a good music score and script, breathtaking sets, wonderful direction, great acting, even gorgeous flowers! Agneiska Holland does a great job at bringing out all the subtle little points and details in the story and great performances from her young cast, particularly from Kate Maberly as Mary. Heydon Prowse is good, too, as Colin, and so is Maggie Smith as Mrs. Medlock, the frusterated, overprotective housekeeper who seems to be mean, but really is only doing what she thinks best. One of the few films I've seen that I can call perfect with conviction; definitely should be seen and appreciated.