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“The Pilgrim's Progress” animated film great stay-at-home option for entire family


The Pilgrim's Progress” is an animated film based on John Bunyan's book by the same name. It tells the story of Christian, a pilgrim who chooses to make the difficult journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City.

We have to get out. It says so in this, and I believe it.

You're asking me and the children to follow you beyond the borders?

It's an allegorical film, perfect for all ages. The animation makes it especially accessible to children, who are sure to get something out of the film's lessons on resisting temptations on life's often challenging journey.

You cannot expect to continue without hardships.

The book, on which the film is based, was written in 1678 and is one of the best-selling books of all time. The film, directed by Robert Fernandez, is available online.