Two boys, Kekec and Rozle, come to serve a farmer, with a blind daughter Mojca, as shepherds. As the night falls, the two boys start talking about a woman who lives in the mountains and is ...
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In an alpine valley lies an idyllic village. High up in the mountains, facing each others across live two men: a "good grandpa" and an "evil man". The first is herbe picker Kosobirin, the ... See full summary »
This film takes place in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Matic lives in a large neighbourhood of concrete blocks of flats with his mother. As his father is temporarily working in Libya,... See full summary »
Nino de Gleria
Young Tomaz has many problems. Not only is he quite lonely, but he also has to leave his hometown and move to the city with his family because of his father's new job. In these difficult ... See full summary »
In Ljubljana lives a bus driver Stebe. He's a widower. He lives with five sons and a maid Rozi. The boys are very naughty and keep annoying Rozi and, in fact all neighbourhood. One day Rozi... See full summary »
Two boys, Kekec and Rozle, come to serve a farmer, with a blind daughter Mojca, as shepherds. As the night falls, the two boys start talking about a woman who lives in the mountains and is supposed to steal children. Her name is Pehta. In the morning, Kekec, Rozle and Mojca go to an Alpine cottage and Kekec promises Mojca that he will find her a remedy for her eyes. As the girl is picking flowers, Pehta arrives and takes Mojca into her cottage. She wants to keep Mojca because of her singing. Pehta is a woman herbalist and she finds a rare flower in the mountain, from which she makes a remedy for Mojca's eyes. Kekec and Rozle start looking for Mojca and they find Pehta's cottage. Rozle is so frightened that he runs away, but brave Kekec climbs trough the thatched roof of Pehta's cottage and runs away with Mojca. Pehta sends her dog - Volk (Wolf) to hunt them down, but they manage to escape it. The timid Rozle tells at home that Pehta's dog probably ate Kekec and Mojca. Mojca's father ...Written by