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Borka and his band and Mattis's band of robbers are rivals. Birk, his parents and their band live in the wild in Mattisforrest. They move in to Metis-stronghold, which belonged to his ancestors, in an attempt to escape being caught by the king's men. The children have to learn to live in the woods. Written by
The first Swedish movie ever to use CGI: hand-painted renderings of the terrifying vultures called vildvittror. See more »
Big rocks (obviously made of Styrofoam) are bouncing when falling from the cliff wall during Ronja's passage. See more »
Take your son, Borka. But you cannot return a child to me, for I don't have one.
What are you saying?
I'm saying you can have your son back. But you can't return a daughter to me, for I don't have a child.
But I've got one! Even though the child's father has gone more than a little bit crazy.
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Ronja Rövardotter is the very best book Astrid Lindgren, the children literature queen of the world. And the film is brilliant, entertaining, full of humor and warmth and just the right amount of suspense. Very well done.
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