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El sueño de una noche de San Juan (2005)

Legend has it that one day a year, on Saint John's evening, humans can enter to the magical world of elves and fairies. Elena, a smart and dreamy little girl, doesn't believe in legends. ... See full synopsis »
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Cast

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Lisandro (voice)
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Pedro Abrunhosa ...
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Eye conductor
Rita Blanco ...
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Puck (voice)
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Cleta (voice)
Carla de Sá ...
Helena (voice)
Antonio Galves ...
Teseo (voice)
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Helena (voice)
José Luis Gil ...
Filóstrato (voice)
Pedro Granger ...
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Theseus (voice)
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Lysander (voice)
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Mostaza (voice)
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Legend has it that one day a year, on Saint John's evening, humans can enter to the magical world of elves and fairies. Elena, a smart and dreamy little girl, doesn't believe in legends. However, his father, the Duke Theseus, is very sick and she would do anything to restore the illusion, so begins a journey in search of Titania, Queen of the Fairies, accompanied Banker Demetrio and Lisandro, who does everything possible to win her affection.

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1 July 2005 (Spain)  »

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$205,651 (Spain) (1 July 2005)
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lack of script, poor animation, non-funny jokes....
15 January 2006 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

the audience is accustomed to a very much higher quality in the animation contemporary movies (an episode of digital animation series Jimmy Newtron is much better of that Spanish animation movie); but lack of good animation is just a little defect that could be forgiven by an intelligent film-lover IF it is held by a good story correctly told... and that is what fails here: topics took from another movies, bad characters, not a good story behind it...

is a pity... the before film of that author, "EL BOSQUE ANIMADO", an adaptation of a classic of the Spanish literature, were a average movie that deserves to be watched... this time, that director failed indeed.

a good thing in the movie? the voices of the characters: are excellent actors... they are the persons that usually dub The Simpsons into Spanish: Juan Perucho, Sara Vivas, Carlos Ysbert...

a pity. i expected a lot of more of that Spanish film...

PS.- I cant understand that high rating of IMDb members to that movie... (5.7 when I'm writing this!) perhaps many people that made the movie registered here and voted "10" ... is the only explanation i have for that. :P


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