E. Nesbit’s beloved tale of three children shipped off to live in the country beside a railway line with their mother after their father is arrested on mysterious spying charges and they are left penniless. Yet, it proves the making of them, as they discover a way of helping their father from afar.
A cinematic rite of passage that's a little frayed around the edges but still charming.
Reviewed by Ian Freer
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