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Synopsis

Liesel Meminger (Sophie Nélisse) becomes a book thief while living in Germany during WWII. The young girl finds a welcome release in the written word, and shares her escape with those closest to her, including a Jewish refugee (Max Vandenburg) hiding in her home.

MPAA Rating PG-13 for some violence and intense depiction of thematic material.
Theatrical Release November 15, 2013
Director Brian Percival
Cast Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson, Sophie Nélisse, Ben Schnetzer
Run Time 131
2013 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Official Movie Website

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