Madeline ( 1998 )


Horrified at the prospect of her beloved school being sold, a young French girl named Madeline uses her wit and craftiness to attempt to save it, making an unlikely new friend in the process.

The film highlights the importance of friendship and the strong bond between the girls.

Madeline often shows great bravery in facing her fears and standing up for what is right.

Characters display loyalty to each other, standing by their friends in times of need.

Acts of compassion and kindness are depicted, emphasizing the importance of caring for others.

The character of Miss Clavel demonstrates responsibility in her care for the girls, and Madeline often takes responsibility for her actions.

fear 3/10

Some scenes may be mildly frightening for very young children, such as moments of peril while the girls are on adventures or in potentially dangerous situations.

violence 2/10

There are a few moments where characters are in mild physical danger, but nothing graphic or intense.