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Thursday, 20 November 2008

Coraline - Trailer for Neil Gaiman's latest

Coraline, is an animated film adapted from Neil Gaiman's book and directed by Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas) has arrived on screen.

The story follows Coraline as she is forced to move to a new home and becomes frustrated and disgruntled with her parents. She finds a hidden door in the house that leads to another world where her “other” parents are wonderful, entertaining, and look after her much better than her real parents.

As time goes on it becomes clear that all is not what it seems, and that she must make a decision about whether to stay with her real parents or leave to the other world with her “other” parents.

As events become darker and more dangerous, she must find a way to save her real parents and reach her real home, otherwise she'll be trapped in this other world forever.

Coraline has the voices of Dakota Fanning as Coraline, Teri Hatcher plays both Mothers, and other voices include Ian McShane, Keith David, Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French.