The Little Prince will be available on streaming on Netflix starting August 5, 2016. Such a great and sweet news! A bit of philosophy to share with the kids.


Mark Osborne directed The Little Prince, based on the novel by the French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. We owe him Kung Fu Panda and Sponge Bob... Let say he switched to a different universe and spirit. An American director and a French production. A great collaboration for a movie that is considered for the upcoming Oscars.


The Little Prince was published in 1943. In the troubled times we are leaving now, times troubled with violence, brutality and arbitrariness, some sentences, some words, some visions are so relevant today and carry an evergreen and universal meaning.


Wisdom, beauty, poetry, sensitivity and philosophy make The Little Prince a timeless tale for kids and adults.


All grown-ups were kids in the first place... but just a few remember it... If only The Little Prince could refresh the memory of some of them!


The Little Prince... some beauty and gentleness in a troubled world.


With his dudeness Jeff Bridges (the aviator), Marion Cotillard (the Rose in French and in English), James Franco (the fox).