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Where the Wild Things Are Where the Wild Things Are

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Based on the classic children's story by Maurice Sendak in which Max  is a naughty young boy who is sent to his room yet again, and passes the time by letting his imagination run wild and sailing to the land of the Wild Things, where he is crowned king.

Based on the classic children's story by Maurice Sendak in which Max  is a naughty young boy who is sent to his room yet again, and passes the time by letting his imagination run wild and sailing to the land of the Wild Things, where he is crowned king.

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Fantasy adventure directed by Spike Jonze ('Being John Malkovich', 'Adaptation') based on the classic children's story by Maurice Sendak. Max (Max Records) is a naughty young boy who has misbehaved yet again and, as punishment, his mother (Catherine Keener) sends him to his room. While stuck in his bedroom Max passes the time by letting his imagination run wild and creates a whole new world where he sails to the land of the Wild Things: a place where huge, hairy creatures live and where Max is crowned king!

Fantasy adventure directed by Spike Jonze ('Being John Malkovich', 'Adaptation') based on the classic children's story by Maurice Sendak. Max (Max Records) is a naughty young boy who has misbehaved yet again and, as punishment, his mother (Catherine Keener) sends him to his room. While stuck in his bedroom Max passes the time by letting his imagination run wild and creates a whole new world where he sails to the land of the Wild Things: a place where huge, hairy creatures live and where Max is crowned king!

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SKU 5051892011136
Catalogue Number 1000121250
Year 2009
Director Spike Jonze
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Warner Home Video
Countries USA
Aspect ratio 16:9 - 1.78:1
Colour Colour
Subtitles Arabic, Dutch, Hebrew, Icelandic, Italian, English
Language(s) English, Italian
Running time 97 mins
DVD region 2
Certificate PG

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