The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute
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Synopsis

Based on the opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, this story is about a young prince who was given a magical flute by the Queen of the Night to help him find the princess and return her to the queen. The prince is captured by the king, and both the prince and the young princess discover the truth of her past and that the treachery of the Queen of the Night has serious consequences for the entire kingdom.

Dove Review

The Magic Flute offers something unique—something a little more special than just a kids’ Saturday morning cartoon. With adherence to Mozart’s classical piece, audiences can expect not just a fun, animated feat but a colorful and engaging homage to the music.

The story, the music, and visuals are all in line with the operatic style Mozart has set up. While it likely softens the content for younger viewers, the takeaway from the film is how caught up in the adventure one can get, and how music is deeply associated with those streams of imagination. The film is accessible to so many types of viewers.

The Dove Take:

Fun and paying special attention to the music, The Magic Flute honors the classics in a way that is family-friendly and entertaining. The film is Dove-Approved for All Ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: Love and friendship is greatly encouraged; overcoming obstacles despite the odds
Sex: Kissing between lovers
Language: Minor name-calling
Violence: Some animated action
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Producer: Glen Hill
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 44 min.
Industry Rating: TV-Y
Reviewer: Rory P.