Return to Nim's Island

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Return to Nim's Island
Return to Nim's Island poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed byBrendan Maher
Produced byPaula Mazur
Written byRay Boseley
Cathy Randal
Book: Wendy Orr
StarringBindi Irwin
Matthew Lillard
Toby Wallace
John Waters[1]
Music byNerida Tyson-Chew
CinematographyJudd Overton
Edited byGeoffrey Lamb
Production
company
Distributed byArc Entertainment
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Release date
15 March 2013
Running time
90 minutes
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish

Return to Nim's Island is a 2013 Australian adventure-fantasy film directed by Brendan Maher and starring Bindi Irwin, Matthew Lillard, Toby Wallace and John Waters. The story is based on the book Nim at Sea by Wendy Orr.[citation needed] It is the sequel to the 2008 film Nim's Island.

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Three years after the events in Nim's Island, the island faces a new challenge. The operators of the ship Buccaneer have gotten permission to develop a pirate resort on the island, and Nim (Bindi Irwin) and her father pursue separate plans to stop them. Meanwhile, a city boy named Edmund (Toby Wallace), who has met Nim once before and decides to see her again, has run away from home to the island, inadvertently bringing poachers with him. With her father, Jack Rusoe (Matthew Lillard) away on the mainland, Nim must learn to work with Edmund in order to save the island from the poachers.

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