Félix et le trésor de Morgäa

Nicola Lemay
2021 - Animation - 90 min

Homegrown cinema


Félix et le trésor de Morgäa

country:
Quebec (Canada)
language:
French

Convinced that his father, who disappeared at sea two years ago, is still alive, 12-year-old Felix embarks on a search for him in the company of Old Tom, a retired fisherman; Squawk, a one-legged parrot; and Rover, a cat who acts like a dog. Their journey takes them to Darkshadow Island, where a secret community inhabits an underground city, ruled by the megalomaniacal Morgäa, possessor of a priceless treasure.

 

available from Jan. 20 to Apr. 25 for $6.98

 

for children aged 6 and older


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