Cirkeline is going on holiday in Turkie. Her fiends Frederik and Ingolf (who are mice) wants to come also so they sneak on board a ship bound for Turkie. On board and in Turkie they have some interesting adventures with a girl named Özlem.
Bjarke Kastbjerg Andersen,
Tillie Emilia Bech,
Cirkeline finds a bestie with the airs of a princess, and Ingolf meets a rhinoceros who's fed up with always being the little one. They set off together on a journey that teaches them that being in charge isn't always a piece of cake.
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a wonderful movie about different ways of coping with changes
Cirkeline, a little paper-cut elf, is the star in this enchanting movie for smaller children--co-starring alongside several mice with Frederik and Ingolf as her room-mates. Originally, Cirkeline an her pals were starring in small ten-minute films produced for Danish Radio's Children's television. Known to almost all Danes over 3, Cirkeline is common knowledge and represents very much the nation's attitude towards children. The movie contains hardly any adults (mice etc.) Cirkeline and her pals move freely around the city (Denmark's capital Copenhagen), meeting other children (mice) and adults (the dove, a father, a big, bad rat) and thus getting accustomed to life in a new place.
Friendship keeps them together, and as friends they master almost every situation.
Absolutely harmless even for timid children the movie still keeps up enough tension to be one my daughter's favorite movies.
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