The Secret Garden, released in 1993, is a heartwarming film based on the beloved novel of the same name by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Set in the English countryside, the movie follows the journey of a young girl named Mary Lennox.
At the beginning of the film, Mary is a spoiled and neglected orphan living in British India. However, when a cholera outbreak takes the lives of her parents, she is sent to live with her uncle, Archibald Craven, in his large and mysterious mansion in Yorkshire, England.
Upon arriving at Misselthwaite Manor, Mary discovers a locked garden on the grounds. She becomes intrigued by the garden and vows to uncover its secrets. With the help of a young servant boy, Dickon, and her sickly cousin Colin, Mary starts to bring life back into the neglected garden. As the garden begins to bloom, the three children find solace, friendship, and healing within its walls.
Throughout the film, we witness Mary’s transformation from a selfish and unhappy child to a compassionate and caring individual. The Secret Garden becomes a metaphor for the emotional growth and healing experienced by the characters. As they learn to embrace nature and nurture their relationships, they find joy and inner peace