Sunday, January 18 | 3:30 PM

West Newton Cinema, 1265 Washington Street, Newton

France | 2013 | 104 min. | English | East Coast premiere

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Set in a breathtaking village in the French Alps, this heartwarming film is about a lonely six-year-old boy (Sebastian) and the wild yet gentle dog he befriends (Belle), despite the villagers fears that the dog is killing the town's sheep. Together they look to foil a Nazi effort to capture French Resistance fighters involved in helping Jews escape to Switzerland.


Recommended for age 6–15 ($8).

Prize giveaway includes a pet emergency backpacks courtesy of the Animal Rescue League of Boston.


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Sponsored in part by a grant from the Arlington, Belmont, Lexington, Waltham & Watertown Cultural Councils

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