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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
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Tales of Beatrix Potter is one of British cinema's true one-offs, a film quite unlike any other. Ostensibly aimed at children, this adaptation of Potter's various animal-centric stories was mounted by the Royal Ballet. Kids though will have to read up on the "Complete Tales" or they will have trouble figuring out what's going on.
In Sweden they used to show this film on tv when I was a child. I think it was around Christmas time. And yezzz, I just loved it!! I haven't seen the film as an adult, so my rating may be influenced by my childhood memory of it :)
Just love the music! Seeing this film at the cinema when it first came out was amazing - and I remember seeing all the costumes on display at Harrods! 35+ years later... it's still a magical adaptation of all those Beatrix Potter tales.