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The Chemist
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Alannah Banks ...
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Nathan, 10th grade, awkward and shy, has a passion for chemistry and an inventive imagination. But after being ridiculed in class, he becomes ashamed of his talents. Paralyzed by fear, Nathan is unable to approach the cute, eccentric, nerd of his dreams, Lyra. All of that changes, however, when the boy stumbles upon The Chemist, a magic potion shop run by a mysterious old man, Mr. Mulberry. As his guide, Nathan attempts to win over his dream girl - but will a few magic potions be enough? Is there more to this wise old potions master than he lets on? And when all the cards are in place, can Nathan make the final step toward his future? Written by Jeff Toye

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A story about magic, love, and two kids with chemistry together.


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10 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Le Chimiste  »

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$11,180 (estimated)
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The original script "Le Chimiste" was set in 1920s France, with French-speaking characters. See more »

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