Children will not mind some awkward editing in, and the mediocre post-synchronization of this otherwise with light touch directed Grimm fairy tale. The basic theme of the fairy tale is that of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew. The film has romance, a couple of nice fencing scenes and a very nice princess. It has pace, a fine cast and delightful music in the Mozart idiom by Norbert Schultze. Noteworthy this film is also for Ottokar Runze in one of his rare acting parts; in the 70's he would become producer and director.
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