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Suki (voice)
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Macheeba (voice)
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Linus (voice)
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Dark (voice)
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Fleck (voice)
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James (voice)
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Eddie (voice)
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Harry (voice)
Kwame Kwei-Armah ...
Lush (voice)
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Claire Bouanich ...
Suki enfant (French version) (voice)
Emmanuel Curtil ...
Fleck adulte (French version) (voice)
Alexandre Gillet ...
Linus adulte (French version) (voice)
Anne Jolivet ...
Macheeba (French version) (voice)
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James (French version) (voice)
Olivier Martret ...
Fleck enfant (French version) (voice)
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The story of Suki, a lioness cub, who rebels against her mother and her Pride to mate with an unsuitable lion from the other side of the river. Her journey to less a comfortable environment teaches her much. She re-crosses the river to defend her Pride from invading wanderers led by her former suitor. Written by Christopher Hall

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Le clan des rois  »

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After Fleck's mother is killed, he is referred to throughout the film as an orphan. In fact, one of the adult males in the pride would have been his father. He, Linus and the other young males would also have left the pride at sexual maturity, not stuck around and tried to mate with the lionesses (as Fleck tries to do with Suki), who would be their relatives. See more »

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Eddie: Is that a bit of your ear over there?
James: Pardon? Ha-ha! Oh, I rather think it is. Not to worry!
Eddie: "Ear" today, gone tomorrow, what?
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a lion named Suki refuses to hunt because she abhors killing
21 June 2004 | by (Philadelphia, PA, USA) – See all my reviews

First off, this movie has a fantastic voice cast, including John Hurt, Kate Winslet, and Robbie Coltrane. And the actors, all real lions (with some facial expressions added via computer graphics) are excellent.

The story is also a good one. Suki (voiced by Kate Winslet) is shunned out of her pride for refusing to contribute to their food supply by hunting. She is disgusted by killing. Other subplots include fighting between the pride and "the wanderers," the "bad guys" of the film who refuse to live with the pride, and instead reside in a barren area of the savanna.

I am most impressed with the acting of the lions, especially the cubs. I would imagine that getting lions to behave as desired is not an easy task.

I liked that this animal film wasn't all cuteness and light like some others, it had it's edgy moments, with the lions displaying their inate fierceness.

Overall, an enjoyable experience, and one I highly recommend.


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