Pippi Longstocking, a super-strong redheaded little girl, moves into her father's cottage Villa Villekulla, and has adventures with her next-door neighbors Tommy and Annika in this compilation film of the classic Swedish TV series.
The Melkersson family decides to leave the city for the summer to rent a house in the Stockholm archipelago. They come to enjoy the simple life there and all adventures that come their way together with resident family, the Grankvists.
The first appearance on screen for Bert Ljung, a normal teenager who's diary Swedes have been able to follow in well over ten books now. As in the books, he fights spots, looks for girls, ... See full summary »
Lotta is a five old girl living in Sweden with her mother, father, brother and sister. She is living the very normal life of all children of her age. She is usually bold to grown up. And all in all very funny. The humor is all the time present but don't expect to much action or big laughing.
The film is divided in more or less five short stories and the pace is very slow. I think this format is perfect for young children who are not used to long stories.
Though the film is about 75 min long, my children thought it was very short and fast.
My both children (3 and 5 years old) loved that film. That was the first film they have ever seen in a cinema. They have been very impressed. What a success! They both want to go back again and watch the second part.
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