The Railway Children ( 1970 )


After the enforced absence of their father, the three Waterbury children move with their mother to Yorkshire, where they find themselves involved in several unexpected dramas along the railway by their new home.

compassion 9/10

Characters often show compassion and care for others, especially during difficult times.

family 9/10

The importance of family and sticking together is a central theme.

kindness 9/10

Acts of kindness are prevalent, showing the importance of helping others.

bravery 8/10

The children demonstrate bravery in various challenging situations.

courage 8/10

Displays of courage are shown, particularly by the children.

teamwork 8/10

The children work together to overcome obstacles and solve problems.

friendship 7/10

Strong bonds of friendship are a key theme throughout the movie.

responsibility 7/10

Characters often take on responsibilities to help others and support their family.

fear 3/10

There are a few tense moments, particularly involving the children and the trains.

violence 2/10

Some mild peril and situations where characters are in danger.