Whistle Down the Wind

Contains one use of mild language.


Whistle Down the Wind Rating: PG 7+

3.3000 out of 5 210 Votes (Members)
95 mins

When three children in a rural corner of Lancashire find a fugitive hiding in a barn on their family's farm, it begins an even more dramatic series of events. The children, led by Kathy, the eldest, aren't aware this stranger is on the run from the police - in fact, they think he's Jesus, and so when he asks them to keep his presence there a secret, they agree without question. But secrets aren't always easy to keep - and soon word has spread among the children of the nearby village of the man in the barn, leaving Kathy desperate to stop any adults finding out as well. This fine British drama is still as powerful now as it was when it was first released back in the early 1960s.

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  • Lucy, 9

    1 out of 5
    Lucy, 9
    2014-05-23 12:34:10

    It was about people thinking someone was god I never seen the end

  • Aidan, 10

    1 out of 5
    Aidan, 10
    2014-05-18 15:44:53

    I did not love this film but I loved the cats they had

  • Harvey, 10

    1 out of 5
    Harvey, 10
    2014-05-18 14:57:18

    Did not really enjoy it

  • Conor, 10

    3 out of 5
    Conor, 10
    2014-05-13 16:42:20

    I didnt like it becose it wasnt an action movie.
    i did not think that the boy who played jesus was a good actor.

  • Emma, 9

    3 out of 5
    Emma, 9
    2014-05-13 16:42:14

    I liked the film because. It was funny.the girl called the Man Jesus.i liked the cats. Their was a sad bit with the cats.

  • Alana, 7

    3 out of 5
    Alana, 7
    2014-05-13 16:40:57

    I liked the film because it was a bit funy. The we boy caled his sisters cows. The film was old but I enjoin it.

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