Horse women — this one’s for you.
The Disney Plus adaptation of Black Attractiveness has little to do with Anna Sewell’s 1877 novel of the similar identify. Sewell’s ebook adopted one singular horse during his lifestyles, giving an unflinching take a look at the harsh prerequisites that horses continued all through the period of time.
This film adaptation, then again, takes position within the modern-day, following teenage Jo Inexperienced (Mackenzie Foy) who strikes to her uncle’s ranch out west after an unspecified separation from her circle of relatives. It’s there the place she encounters a wild, untamable horse (now a feminine horse voiced through Kate Winslet) and not using a identify. They shape a deep bond, as is the best way of horse woman films, and she or he dubs the mare “Black Attractiveness.” But if the pony is offered, Jo is decided to reunite with Attractiveness it doesn’t matter what. Attractiveness, in the meantime, adjustments other palms and homeowners, her bond with Jo conserving her secure during.
Black Attractiveness premieres on Disney Plus on Nov. 27.