A baby-faced piglet lives the rise and fall of a dream; a perfect existence without human beings.
A film for all the family. "We will tell Orwellʼs classic tale as a vibrant engaging story for 21st Century families. Just imagine Orwell writing today... seeing the entire story from the point of view of an adorable knee-high piglet...
A rite of passage for this once naïve, baby-face piglet Lucky, son of Napoleon, as he witnesses the rise and fallof a dream: a perfect existence without human beings. A modern commentary of the perils of corporate greed, but with all the innocence, joy and sensitivity of a fairy-tale.
Just great fun, anarchic, contemporary, quick-witted and very funny ... but also fearful, whereby jeopardy is in the unseen implied violence; raucous, thrilling with big set pieces; but also subtle - with incisive subversion and satire; heartbreakingly honest, accepting of sadness and emotionally ebullient". Andy Serkis
Director - Andy Serkis
Producer - Jonathan Cavendish
SPP - Q3 2014
Delivery - Q4 2015