A young girl named Diana, her archeologist father and her brother visit friends in Berkshire near the site of the ancient Celtic horse cut into a chalky hillside. Though Diana is blind, she... See full summary »
A young girl named Diana, her archeologist father and her brother visit friends in Berkshire near the site of the ancient Celtic horse cut into a chalky hillside. Though Diana is blind, she has the "sight" which connects her to a mysterious white stallion, to an ancient legend of Arthur as a Celtic chieftain, and to danger from others who seek paranormal power. Written by
A childhood treasure that will stay with you forever!
I want to say that the is a superb movie for any child interested in fantasy or horses.When I was little I was crazy about horses and saw this movie. It soon became a favorite and every time I was sick I would watch it. I never purchased it though, I also rented (well, my mom rented it for me). When I was 12 I got really interested in mythology, magic, and European culture and remembered the movie. It is funny, I was so young when I saw it , probably around 3 or 4, that I didn't remember the name but could remember almost every detail about the story. I searched for about a year and a half. Asking every movie store around if they had it or even knew the title. Finally I found it on www.borders.com and purchased it. I was worried that the things that had fascinated me as I child would strike me as dull and boring (considering it was made in the 70's and I'm a child of the 90's) but I loved it just as much if not more.
This movie is captivating to children and adults alike although it may drag a little to those of you who are us to the high action go-go-go movies of our generation. I consider it a classic for any age and highly recommend it.
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