Alex knows the whereabouts of a stashed-away fortune of $1 million. The mysterious Anja murders him, but he's transferred clues of location of the cash onto computer disk that he gives to ... See full summary »
When Penelope discovers an old trunk in the attic of her home, her curiosity leads her to check its contents. She finds a beautiful, but dusty, opal pendant and is delighted with her find - not realising how much it will affect her life.
This is a nice, enjoyable film. But I'll admit that the only reason I've seen it is because my mum has a cameo role as the lady who walks next to the mean lady who takes the boy when he is young.
The performances are strong in this film, but I'm sure it didn't have to be as long as it was. The French circus finale' isn't bad at all, but along the way, I'm sure children may get a bit bored. Although for a younger audience, and older audience may take it in a little better.
Anyway it's worth a watch. I only ever saw parts of Clowning Around 2.
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