To heal the sorrow of his mate after the death of their bear child, a male polar bear steals a newborn child from a nearby man and woman. The bears bring up the boy as their own, and he learns how to live like a bear. But the woman despairs over the loss of her child, and the man hunts down the bear family and brings the boy home. The boy faces the choice between becoming a boy again or learning how to be a bear on his own.Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
Lyrics and Music by Per Berthelsen See more »
Loved this as a child!
I saw this when I was about six years old (in Danish) and I loved it! I remember that I really wanted to see it at again, but I couldn't remember the title of the movie ("Drengen der ville gøre det umulige"), so I never did. :( Though it's a long time since I saw this, I know it was the best movie I ever saw as a child I truly missed it for years.
I'm sure it's still an amazing movie for children though it never got very well known as so many other children's movies like the Disney-productions, which to me is very sad.
I haven't got a lot more to say about this movie, the whole story is so cute and original. And I must say, though it's not a totally realistic-looking movie like the ones made nowadays, it's very beautiful and simple looking, like a water-color painting.
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