When the German bombs begin falling in London, the four Pevensie children, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are packed off to the countryside to live with Prof. Kirke. They think that life in the country will be dull, away from the "excitement" of the war. But when an innocent game of hide-and-seek opens a door to another world, they find their adventures are just beginning. The new world, Narnia, is caught in the icy grip of the White Witch, whose spell has turned the once-happy land into a place where it is always winter, but never Christmas. To make matters worse, Edmund has fallen in league with the Witch. The other three children, aided by the Beavers, must make their way to the camp of the great lion, Aslan, the son of the Emperor Over the Sea, if there is to be any hope of redeeming Edmund and saving Narnia from eternal winter.
Movie Sermon's General Warning
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe contains action and battle violence, and some fantasy creatures that might be frightening to very young children.