Two children reciting Shakespeare in a meadow on Midsummer's Eve awaken the magic of the hills, summoning Puck, the oldest and last remaining Old Thing in England, who brings English history to life for them, from the days of Norman occupation to Medieval times.--Submitted by Jim Kirwar
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