Inkheart (2007)

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Inkheart
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TitleInkheart
Year2007
CountryGermany, Italy, United Kingdom, USA
GenreFantasy (Movies)
Run Time1h 46 min
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Parents Mortimer “Mo” Folchart and his wife Teresa “Resa” Folchart read the fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood” to their baby daughter Meggie, as a red velvet hood appears out of thin air. Twelve years later, Meggie visits an old book shop in Europe with her father, unaware that he is secretly looking for a copy of the book Inkheart. Shortly after Mo finds the book, Meggie encounters a horned marten outside the shop and it tries to bite her fingers. A man suddenly appears from the shadows, claiming to be an old friend. Mo comes out of the shop, recognizing the man as Dustfinger, who quickly asks him to “read him back into the book”. Mo flees with Meggie. Mo takes Meggie to visit her great-aunt Elinor in Italy. There he tells Meggie that nine years ago, while reading to her from Inkheart, he inadvertently brought Dustfinger out of the world of the book and into the world Mo and Meggie live in, through a gift he possessed from birth.

Unfortunately, the book’s villain, Capricorn, and one of his henchmen, Basta, were also brought out of the book. Fleeing with his infant daughter, Mo realizes his wife Resa has been taken into the book. Capricorn arrives with Basta, who captures the group, destroys Elinor’s library and takes Inkheart. Mo, Meggie, and Elinor are taken to Capricorn’s new castle in the “real” world. During their imprisonment, Mo explains his gift to Meggie and Elinor, stating that when he reads a person or an object out of a book, someone from the real world is sent into it, hence his wife’s disappearance. Capricorn forces Mo to use his gift, acquiring treasure from one of the stories in The Arabian Nights, and imprisoning Farid, one of the 40 Thieves.

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Parents Mortimer “Mo” Folchart and his wife Teresa “Resa” Folchart read the fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood” to their baby daughter Meggie, as a red velvet hood appears out of thin air. Twelve years later, Meggie visits an old book shop in Europe with her father, unaware that he is secretly looking for a copy of the book Inkheart. Shortly after Mo finds the book, Meggie encounters a horned marten outside the shop and it tries to bite her fingers. A man suddenly appears from the shadows, claiming to be an old friend. Mo comes out of the shop, recognizing the man as Dustfinger, who quickly asks him to “read him back into the book”. Mo flees with Meggie. Mo takes Meggie to visit her great-aunt Elinor in Italy. There he tells Meggie that nine years ago, while reading to her from Inkheart, he inadvertently brought Dustfinger out of the world of the book and into the world Mo and Meggie live in, through a gift he possessed from birth.

Unfortunately, the book’s villain, Capricorn, and one of his henchmen, Basta, were also brought out of the book. Fleeing with his infant daughter, Mo realizes his wife Resa has been taken into the book. Capricorn arrives with Basta, who captures the group, destroys Elinor’s library and takes Inkheart. Mo, Meggie, and Elinor are taken to Capricorn’s new castle in the “real” world. During their imprisonment, Mo explains his gift to Meggie and Elinor, stating that when he reads a person or an object out of a book, someone from the real world is sent into it, hence his wife’s disappearance. Capricorn forces Mo to use his gift, acquiring treasure from one of the stories in The Arabian Nights, and imprisoning Farid, one of the 40 Thieves.

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