Mary And The Witch's Flower

Synopsis: Based on "The Little Broomstick" by Mary Stewart, a strange flower grants a girl magic powers.
 
IMDB:
6.8
Metacritic:
75
PG
Year:
2017
103 min
156 Views

But to think you found this

on your first trip to the woods...

She's called Fly-by-Night...

"Fly-by-Night"?

A rare flower, she is.

I've never seen a real one before.

She only grows in these woods

and only blooms once in seven years.

They say even witches once

sought after her.

Witches?

That's right, the Witch's Flower.

The Witch's Flower...

What could that be?

Tib!

What's the matter?

Did something happen?

Have a fight with Gib?

Tib?

There, there.

There's nothing to fear.

We'll go look for Gib tomorrow.

Tib?

Where is he?

Maybe he went after Gib by himself.

Mary.

Good morning.

Morning. I have a little favor

to ask, if you don't mind.

A favor? Yes, of course!

Would you deliver this?

Sure.

I wrote down the name and address.

Okay, I'm leaving now!

Oh, and there's an awful mist today,

so don't go into the woods!

I know!

Take care.

51 Village of Redmanor.

To Peter.

Peter?

Of all people, it had to be him.

Hey there, red-haired monkey.

My name happens to be Mary Smith.

So, you're called Mary.

Huh? What's this?

It's from Great-Aunt Charlotte.

Raspberry jam!

I love the raspberries from Redmanor!

Brilliant!

I better go thank her.

Ahem.

See you, I have to go look for Tib.

Tib?

Oh, so Tib went to your place?

He disappeared, though.

Is Gib there, too?

She's been missing since last night.

Gib, too?

Maybe they went back to

that place in the woods...

Stay away from the woods.

With all this mist, it's dangerous.

Don't follow me.

I'm looking for Gib, too.

And of course Tib...

Don't do it! We can't go

into the woods on misty days!

Oh, so you're afraid?

Coward.

Hey, I said wait!

Red-haired monkey!

Be quiet!

I didn't choose to have

frizzy red hair!

I wish...

I could change!

Mary...

Leave me alone.

But you shouldn't...

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