Domhnall Gleeson with Peter Rabbit in a scene from "Peter Rabbit."
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With warm nostalgia for Beatrix Potter's classic children's tale, "Peter Rabbit" director, producer and co-writer Will Gluck channels the author's earnestness into a sweet film sure to delight young fans.The rabbits' savior – and maybe Thomas', too – is Bea (Rose Byrne), a kind-hearted animal lover who lives next door. She moved to the country to paint, and her best pieces recall Potter's original "Peter Rabbit" illustrations.As the conflict over the garden escalates, it becomes clear that Peter and Thomas aren't just fighting over vegetables, but for Bea's affections."Peter Rabbit" is currently screening in Beirut-area theaters.
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