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With regard to comment by Suzysanta (email@example.com)
You are so right, I too wish that Florian was available on both DVD and/or VHS. Another excellent film is The Miracle of The White Stallions, although this is set in World War II. The difference being that the later film is available on DVD. It may be good to see both these films linked as a double. Films like this are very rare and far between. We don't often see family orientated films. Perhaps we should keep pestering the film companies to produce more of such films or perhaps they could remake Florian using colour film after all the book is still good the story is good so why not. These films can teach children more about the futility of war. Why people found it necessary to send their young men to die in the trenches and how it affected not just the people but the animals of the world too. How war split families apart separating them from not only their wives and children but their pets too.
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