It's Christmas and the 7 Year old Hector is traveling with his parents to France in order to visit his grandmother. He is not pleased because it's always boring there. After his father ...
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It's Christmas and the 7 Year old Hector is traveling with his parents to France in order to visit his grandmother. He is not pleased because it's always boring there. After his father found that "eternity" is a missing word in his crossword and an old woman described it as a timeless place, Hector writes a letter to the three wise man making the wish that he would rather travel to eternity that to France. His wish comes true. Written by
Soeren Ney <SoerenNey@aol.com>
A beautiful and imaginative film, perfect for Christmas or, in Spain, for January 6 when children traditionally write their letter to three Kings of the East to send their list of presents. Young Hector is travelling with his parents from Barcelona to France to visit his grandmother and is stranded on a remote train station. It is no ordinary place as the minutes and the hours on the platform clock start to disappear and Hector is left with a mysterious family that will help him break the spell prompted by his wish to the Kings. The children will have to overcome various challenges in a spellbound world combining ballet and song. Director Rosa Verges explains that she originally intended to make a film for children and ended up making a film with children (DVD extras). The DVD can be viewed in the original Catalan or dubbed Castilian version.
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