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The Secret of NIMH

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'''The Secret of NIMH''' (National Institute of Mental Health) is a 1982 animated [[science fiction]] movie directed by Don Bluth.
The movie is based on the 1971 novel by Robert C. O'Brien titled: ''Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH.''
== Plot ==
When Mrs. Brisby (who is Known known as Mrs. Frisby in the book), is forced to leave her home, she must seek the help of super-intelligent rats in order to do so. Her son is sick and cannot be moved without their assistance.
== Transhumanist Elements ==
The main transhumanist feature to ''The Secret of NIMH '' is the super-intelligent rats who achieved their enhancements via scientific experiments that were conducted on them.
== Sequel ==
A sequel to The Secret of NIMH was made titled "''The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the rescue"Rescue'', however it received negative reviews and had no input from the creator of the original movie. <ref>[ The Secret of Nimh 2: Timmy To the Rescue]</ref>
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