January 10, 1997 in Seven

Rush Out To See ‘Fly Away Home’

By The Spokesman-Review

In the crush of post-holiday films, a little gem such as “Fly Away Home” is likely to get lost. But it shouldn’t. A fantasy that for most of its run is grounded in realism, the Carroll Ballard film about a young girl who adopts an orphaned gaggle of geese is marked by glorious cinematography, fine acting and the always-needed lesson about compassion and understanding being the requisites of love. , DataTimes ILLUSTRATION: Photo

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