Remember curling up and reading Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's book, The Secret Garden, as a kid? We most certainly do, too! And that's why we're incredibly excited that it's been adapted to the big screen once again. Available to stream on Sky Cinema and NOW TV beginning on 23 October, the film follows Mary (played by Dixie Egerickx) — a spoiled, orphaned girl who goes to live with her uncle, Lord Archibald Craven (Colin Firth) — in England after her parents pass away.
While the timeline is a bit different than what Hodgson Burnett originally wrote — the book was written in 1911, and this adaptation is set in 1947 — it's an incredibly nostalgic experience for any reader. Beautifully shot, the film is chock-full of magic and important life lessons that viewers can take to heart at any age.
Thinking about watching The Secret Garden with your children? Scroll ahead to see what to expect before you queue it up for movie night.
Warning: light spoilers for The Secret Garden ahead!