The Jar: A Tale From the East

Theatrical Release: April 30, 2001
DVD Release: April 30, 2001
The Jar: A Tale From the East
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Synopsis

Unearth the tale of a jar that tested a family’s faith and a swindler’s skill. Based on a true story that was narrated over 1,400 years ago, “The Jar” deals with the epic struggle between good and evil. Set in an Eastern village, the story of the jar begins when a poor yet virtuous family discovers a lost treasure buried in a jar under their new home. In their quest to return the jar to its rightful owner, their attempts are foiled by a jealous and greedy neighbor who has his eye on the jar. A fascinating adventure ensues as the town-folk try to solve the mystery of the jar. A truly magical film from the East that highlights the ethics and virtues every family values. A charming movie with lovable characters in funny situations, beautiful songs, and stunning animations.

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Company: Fine Media Group
Producer: Star Animation
Genre: Children
Runtime: 63 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Dave Lukens