When King Pravoslav's favorite daughter tells him that she loves him more than salt, he's furious since he considers salt to be worthless. Her fiance the Salt Prince makes all the salt disappear to teach Pravoslav a lesson.
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A fairy-tale about the power of love. The old king Pravoslav feels it is time to entrust the rule over his kingdom to one of his three daughters - the one that loves him the most. The youngest, Maruska, fails her father's expectations about proving how deep her love him is. He misunderstands her and she is made to leave the castle. She faces many dangers on the way to her loved one, the Salt Prince.Written by
i saw this one recently. dark atmosphere makes this fairy tale something remarkable, the dialogs are good and so is the cast. i'd appreciate better video quality but hey, it was made in 1982.
the music was really bad. i regard Karel Svoboda but this one was too much. electro-medieval music mixture didn't work at all, it ruined the show. the synths which were supposed to substitute real instruments were incredibly poor.
i wonder who made the costume because it reminded me flash gordon, masters of universe and flicks like that. children may surely enjoy this one if they like dark fairy tales (with good end)...
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