Merida is a young Princess growing up in medieval Scotland (a long time ago). Merida much prefers being outdoors riding her horse and shooting her bow and arrows than learning how to be a good princess. She’s quite a rebel and often defies her Mum and Dad. As a teenager, Merida learns that she has to be married to a young man from a neighbouring clan. This horrifies Merida and she runs away into the deep, dark and creepy forest.
In the forest she has to fight off a large grizzly bear and she meets a scary old witch. Merida asks the witch to help her make her Mother change her mind about having to get married. The witch gives Merida a potion which she then feeds to her Mother. This has a disastrous effect and was not quite what Merida expected. She now has to find a way to undo the harm she’s done.
Some scary scenes such as the large grizzly bear who attacks Merida and her father – he roars and lashes out at them and is very fierce.
The message of the story is that if you do something really bad, it takes a lot of courage to face up to it and fix your mistakes.
Content is age appropriate for children this age
Some content may not be appropriate for children this age. Parental guidance recommended
Content is not age appropriate for children this age