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Little Spirou, like all his family before him, has a career destiny all traced. When his mother announces that he will integrate the grooms school at the beginning of the next school year, Petit Spirou, with the help of his friends, will take advantage of his last days of class to declare his love to Suzette.
At the moment of writing this review, the movie carries score 4.5. This is completely unjustified. Le Petit Spirou / Little Spirou is an amazing children's movie that grownups can also watch and enjoy.
The movie sports many funny moments and the underlying story and setting are charming. I would call it even romantic? :-)
My 7 yro enjoyed it thoroughly, even the film is in French and we don't speak it, that says enough of it.
As for the resemblance with the comic book series, I think the movie follows the comics faithfully.
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