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Molly: An American Girl On The Home Front (2006)
Starring: Maya Ritter, Molly Ringwald, Sarah Manninen, Genevieve Farrell, Tory Green, David Aaron Baker, Andrew Chalmers
Director: Joyce Chopra
Category: Drama, Family, War
Studio: Warner Bros.
English, Spanish, French
85 mins



It's 1943 and the World is at War. For Molly, Life on the Home Front Will Never be the Same Again.

Meet Molly McIntire, a lively nine-year-old whose optimism and confidence are put to the test during World War Two. Now, for the first time, Molly comes to life on screen in Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front, a full-length live-action movie based on American Girl's best-selling Molly book series.

To Molly, the war means watching exciting newsreels at the local movie palace, having hot chocolate in the basement during blackouts, and learning to tap dance so she can win the part of Miss Victory in the school pageant. But when Molly's father goes overseas and her mother starts working in an airplane factory, suddenly the war no longer seems so far away. Then an English refugee - a girl Molly's age named Emily - comes to stay with the McIntires. She's shy and reserved, but as Molly gradually learns the truth about Emily, she also comes to realize the truth about the war - that it requires compassion and cooperation, self-reliance and sacrifice, even for a girl living on the home front.