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Every week my family has “family movie night”. We cuddle up in front of the TV, grab some snacks, and put on a movie. We recently received the heartwarming animated tale The Sandman and the Lost Sand of Dreams – and as soon as my daughters saw the cover, they wanted this to be the next movie we watched. I am so glad we did! All of us loved it. I was afraid that it might be a little bit scary since there is a master of nightmares, but it wasn’t at all. Both girls were really in to it and watched it all the way through. This is definately a movie that I would watch with them again and again.
About The Sandman and the Lost Sand of Dreams
A stop-motion animated film sure to delight children and families alike, The Sandman and the Lost Sand of Dreams is a beautiful and unique visual treat in the tradition of James and the Giant Peach. Available on DVD on October 6th, 2015 from Shout! Factory Kids, this enchanting story about a six year old boy named Milo who helps the Sandman save Dreamland is wholesome family entertainment that emphasizes the importance of friendship and courage.
Every night, the sleeping children of the world are sent to a fantastic land of dreams thanks to the kind and magical Sandman. But the Sandman’s got some big trouble when Habumar, the master of nightmares, steals the Sandman’s powerful Sand of Dreams and takes control of Dreamland! Needing a brave hero to help them retrieve the sands, the Sandman and his faithful sidekick, Nepomuk the Sheep, recruit a six-year-old boy named Miko. Together, they set off on an incredible journey to save the power of dreaming for every girl and boy. Will Miko and his newfound friends stop Habumar?
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