fly away home

A fun and inspiring coming of age story about a 14-year-old girl who flies a skein of geese south for the winter. The girl, grief-stricken by her mother’s death and sent to live with her preoccupied inventor dad on his farm, comes to terms with her loss by nurturing a family of baby geese who imprint on her. Directed by Carroll Ballard, the movie has a fresh outdoor adventure flavour, and espouses valuable lessons for girls about independence, following your heart, and healing. [canada, 1996]

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