The Secret Garden

 

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             The Secret Garden movie synopsis


When a little girl is sent to live with her uncle after the death of her parents, her grief and sadness leave her feeling alone. Ignored again, he begins to explore the estate and finds a hidden garden and, with the help of one of the slave boys, begins to restore it to its former glory.

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                The Secret Garden movie Review


It is the night of the Indian-Pakistani split in 1947 and ten-year-old Mary Lennox (Dixie Egerickx) recently lost both her parents. But he did not lose his will or his way of ruling. He does not eat food that is less than his taste and expects to be dressed by the staff. She is placed in the care of her uncle Archibald Craven (Colin Firth) in a lonely and secluded place called Misselthwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Surrounded by anything other than the invading moors of acres, this manor is as cold as its inhabitants. While the bereaved widow Craven is left alone, the caretaker of the house, Mrs. Medlock (Julie Walters), is harsh and unstable. He warns Mary not to go ‘checking or investigating’ the house, but curiosity overwhelms Mary, when she keeps hearing long cries at night. Soon, he finds his cousin Colin (Edan Hayhurst) - Craven's son, motionless, unwell for years. Mary also finds a secret garden, by the side of the road, where she makes friends with a dog she named Jemima. The attractive pull of the garden reassures Mary that it is magical with healing power.

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As Mary's vivid imagination, director Marc Munden and his team presented us with a fascinating fantasyland filled with colorful flowers and animals, flowing streams, morning mist, and evergreen trees. The mystery of what the garden really stands for keeps the viewer investing in a slow-moving Munden family game. From Mary's point of view, we see the revelation of the curiosity of various aspects of the field and of the less active family. There is a strange feeling of unexpectedness and discord due to house tones, especially, if you haven’t read a 1911 novel with the same name or caught a previous screen variation. The remodeling of the garden vibrations and the deadly darkness of the estate, lends itself to an immersive film game, a sense of suspicion. In addition to that extensive cinematography (by Lol Crawley) makes it a visual spectacle. Also, immersed backs, costumes and production design, all translate successfully into the costume drama of the time.

Little Dixie is the life of the film, starring Mary in aplomb. From where he opens, where he seeks food to fearlessly follow his guts and take on a very hostile family, Dixie presents a promising career. Two young boys, Edan Hayhurst and Amir Wilson, who play Colin and Dickon in succession, used their limited resources. By comparison, experienced actors like Firth and Walters have a valuable asset.
But in the end, everything and everything is backed up by a very powerful text that tries hard to make us believe in the magic of the field - something that should come naturally, anyway. In doing so, writing is only partially successful in translating the magic of a book into a film

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