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Hans Christian Andersen: My Life As A Fairy Tale

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Feb 17, 2003

MPAA Rating

Not Rated

Cast

Kieran Bew

Studio

2001 Lions Gate Films

Still shot from the movie: Hans Christian Andersen: My Life As A Fairy Tale.

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Synopsis

Dramatizing the biography of the author Hans Christian Andersen, this made-for-TV movie mixes together factual events with the fictional stories he became famous for.

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Why Is Hans Christian Andersen: My Life As A Fairy Tale Rated Not Rated?

Hans Christian Andersen: My Life As A Fairy Tale is rated Not Rated

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Canadian Home Video Rating: NA

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Details on home video releases of Hans Christian Andersen: My Life As A Fairy Tale...

The DVD release of Hans Christian Andersen: My Life as a Fairy Tale includes a behind-the-scenes look at the production and a photo gallery. Audio Tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo).

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ideeas@xplornet.com says: Jul. 05, 2010

I was extremely disappointed by this Hallmark Movie.  It starts with both parents dying, the mother being an alcoholic, has scenes from a brothel, shows the ocean filled with blood as the mermaid gets her tongue cut off, shows the mermaid going to attempt to murder Hans with a knife.  My kids hated it (at least the parts where they weren’t hiding their eyes).  They are 12 and 7.  Certainly this movie should be rated for violence.

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