What won’t a Mom do for her kids?? I can’t think of a thing. Daisy: A Hen into the Wild is a movie that tugs at your heart strings! Such a sweet story about a Mom’s love that knows no bounds. Daisy is a hen that escapes a nasty egg farm. Seriously, for an animated movie you can see the gross, so much so that 6 year old Emma even said “Ewwww NaNa, that looks gross!” Daisy’s life is a dreary, sad life. All she wants to do is to hatch her eggs and raise her babies.
Daisy fakes her death to escape the egg farm.
Your heart goes out to Daisy, not only is she rejected by farm animals she grew up around! But, she survives an encounter with a one eyed weasel! Thanks to a brave, shadowy guardian duck named Wanderer. Just when Daisy is at her lowest she finds an abandoned duckling. OH MY GOODNESS!! What a sweet story!!
There isn’t anything that Daisy won’t do for her son.
Alice is so engrossed in this film she didn’t even see me taking pictures.
This film is 100% a keeper! A story about love and family. A story about the process of growing up, being different and being the same. A story about the depths of a mothers love and letting go too. YES, I did cry. I admit it. Such a sweet story!!
The film is 93 minutes long. Beautifully animated. Directed by Seong-yun Oh (as Oh Sung-Yoon)
Voices by Stacey DePass, Toby Proctor, Christian Potenza
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