Marc Foster, director of Finding Neverland and The Kite Runner, returns to Alan Alexander Milne to tell the story of an ordinary man whose power of imagination helps him to bring his childhood friends—Winnie the Pooh and company—to life. It is a sophisticated film about childhood, fantasy, and the ability to accept the world as it is.
Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) suffers from midlife crisis—he has not only lost his appetite for life, but also keeps questioning his where his life is going. At this moment his childhood friends— Winnie the Pooh and the team—come to help. In their company Robin understands that the world around him makes sense.
Director Marc Foster
USA, 2018, 104 minutes, 6+