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Maria si Mirabella in Tranzistoria (1989)

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Cast overview:
Ioana Moraru
Stela Popescu
Andrianu Kuchinska
Grigore Grigoriu
Yelena Zajtseva
Ion Dichiseanu
Jorj Voicu
Horatiu Malaele ...
(as Horacio Meleele)
Mihai Bisericanu


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10 April 1989 (Romania)  »

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Maria and Mirabella in Transistorland  »

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Too Childish
3 November 2005 | by (Givat Yearim, Israel) – See all my reviews

Not a very good sequel. The first movie was set in a beautiful magical forest and the second one is set in a weird electronic land of transistors and it looks as bad as it sounds. Maria and Mirabela are played by different girls this time and their acting is much more childish. The music, courtesy of Eugen Doga, is still beautiful though. And the animation is still nice. It might be worth watching for having a healthy laugh at Romanian escapism and for the good message of doing something good with your life instead of wasting time, but the plot is too childish and this movie doesn't bring up good nostalgia, like the first "Maria, Mirabela". But hey, little children might enjoy it ...

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