Josefin is a six-year-old girl who lives isolated in the countryside, where her father is a priest. She has no friends until she meets Hugo. He is a carefree boy who rather walk in the ...
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Josefin is a six-year-old girl who lives isolated in the countryside, where her father is a priest. She has no friends until she meets Hugo. He is a carefree boy who rather walk in the forest than go to school. Together with the gardener they make up fun things to do.Written by
Morgon mellan fjällen
Composed by Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck (Melody 1, 1814) and
Karl Heinrich Ernst Hauer (Meldody 2, 1852)
Lyrics in Swedish by Betty Ehrenborg-Posse (1852, based on the original American lyrics)
Sung by children's choir See more »
Yes, the magic world of childhood's imagination, in all its solemnity
Yes, I remember seeing it a long time ago and still have in my mind that sunflower "walking" by an open window, still hear the voices with all that intensity of childhood in questions and answers... The camera seems at times to be a partner in the children's games, and to invite us to participate. I also enjoyed the absence of moralizing comments be they verbal or visual. You know it's a great movie when it stays with you for years! We need these movies out there, for others to enjoy and discover. There are a few moments that breathe similar air in "The Steamroller and the Violin" - Andrei Tarkovsky's first movie ( you can find it on Netflix). Any other movies that would dwell in the same area?
I am an optimist, we'll find a DVD copy of it, eventually!
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