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Due to her mother's death Heidi is given into her grandfather's custody, who is living in the Alps, and soon Heidi frats with Peter. After some time she has to return to her aunt's house in Berlin, where she doesn't feel very well, as she got used to the idyll of the mountains. Written by
Moritz Muehlenhoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Clara's a spoiled brat, and Heidi's only friends are Peter (whom she keeps in touch with by e-mail) and his German friend who runs a cybercafe in Berlin, Germany. Between the two of them--and the help of Berlin kids--they get enough money for Heidi to buy a train ticket back to Switzerland.
As this was filmed in Switzerland, the German dialect is spoken more "harshly" except the part filmed in Berlin. There is so much difference in the 2001 version that there isn't enough of the original content as I would have liked. This movie has also been dubbed into French.
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