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Madeline is 13 years old, as are her two friends, and nothing looks the same to her. Her sister is leaving to study medicine, and there's Freddy who's looking at her as no one has before. But she still doesn't want to become an adolescent. A tragic accident and the help of an eccentric aunt who just arrived in her life will help her to pass the barrier. Written by
Jean-Marie Berthiaume <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dancing on the moon follows the great magical surroundings that Rock Demers' has made over the years. Since my youngest days, his movies have amazed me, and the first movie I saw in my whole life was one of his; La Guerre des Tuques, a classic! I saw all of his movies, and I always enjoyed the watch!
Dancing on the moon is poetic and dreamfull, and a will please the whole family, from the kids to the parents, the cousins to the granparents!
Watch it! It's really beautifull and true! :-)
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