nice Christmas movie that shows some family problems
The 6 year old Tim Hering was asking from an old men if he knows where his "Beutolomäus" is. The strange thing is, that he knows from every young child he is asking in the street the name. From older children, like his 11 year old sister Lili, or adults he doesn't know the name.
Beutolomäus is the gift sack from Santa Claus. In this sack he can put all presents for all children in the world.
Tim finds out quickly, that this old men must be Santa Claus. Together with his older sister he goes with Santa to search for Beutolomäus. Lili doesn't think any more, that Santa exists. But as she see, that Santa has "Christmas magic" like doors, where he can go from every place to the north pole, she begins to believe again to Santa Claus.
The three finds Beutolomäus at the house from Baron Raffelberg. He collects all magical things of the world. Beutolomäus is the last thing he needs for his collection. Santa and the kids could catch the evil Baron.
Tims Christmas wish also came true. We wants to have his father at Christmas. His parents are singled. And his father never hat time. But as this children were gone, the parents were together searching for the children. As they both worry about their children, the family came closer together again. So the father will be at Christmas at the family.
* Beutolomäus is a Christmas mascot for the German television KiKa.
* The "Santa Claus" in this movie made some things different to the American Santa. He never says "Ho, Ho, Ho"; he hates this. And none of the reindeer's have a red nose.
* This is a nice Christmas movie, which shows a little bit the problems a lot of children have today. That their parents are singled.
* A nice movie for young children and for the family.
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