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A young princess is the subject of a tug-of-war among witches, as each struggles to find the suitable antidote to a death sentence inculcated by an evil sister.

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Carla Besnaïnou ...
Anastasia
Julia Artamonov ...
Anastasia 16 ans
Kerian Mayan ...
Peter (as Kérian Mayan)
David Chausse ...
Johan
Luna Charpentier ...
Petite brigande
Rhizlaine El Cohen ...
Brigande adulte
Delia Bouglione-Romanès ...
La chanteuse Tsigane
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Véroutchka
Maricha Lopoukhine ...
Grand-mère
Jean-Philippe Tesse ...
Le père (as Jean-Philippe Tessé)
Dounia Sichov ...
Fée aînée
Leslie Lipkins ...
Fée puînée
Camille Chalons ...
Fée cadette
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Reine des neiges
Anne-Lise Kedvès ...
Mère de Peter (as Anne-Lise Kedves)
Rosine Favey ...
Vieille mégère
Dominique Hulin ...
Géant
Paul Vernet ...
Prince
Laurine David ...
Princesse
Pierre Estorges ...
Chef de gare
Marie Piton ...
Mère de Johan
Mayssa Olabi ...
Ptite femme de chambre
Olga Abrego ...
La finnoise
Moanna Ferré ...
La Destinée (as Moana Ferre)
Daniéle Nicolle ...
Gouvenante
Paul Magnard ...
Paul
Sara Bentot ...
Francéede Johan
Julie Tauzin ...
Fiancée de Paul
Olivier Brandicourt ...
Brigand arbre
Odile Mallet ...
La Fée Carabosse

Directed by

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Catherine Breillat

Written by

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Hans Christian Andersen ... (story: "The Snow Queen")
 
Catherine Breillat ... (screenplay)
 
Charles Perrault ... (story)

Produced by

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Sylvette Frydman ... producer
Jean-François Lepetit ... producer

Cinematography by

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Denis Lenoir

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Pascale Chavance

Editorial Department

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Annie Pierre ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Colomba Falcucci
Michaël Weill

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François-Renaud Labarthe

Makeup Department

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Antonia Siliberti ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Emmanuelle Willenz ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Gwenaëlle Duriaud ... assistant director
Elisabeth Guthmann ... second assistant director
Michaël Weill ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Christophe Aubry ... carpenter
Manon Baudouin ... assistant art director
Gregoire Bienvenu ... props runner
Bruno Castejon ... props runner
Arnaud Gillet ... assistant art director
Lionel Guy ... painter (as Guy Lionel)
Audric Kaloustian ... assistant art director
Fabien Lang ... props runner
Janny Lauberton ... property master
Dorota Okulicz ... set designer
Michel Schmitt ... assistant art director
Olivia Talan ... assistant art director
Adail Viveiros ... art dept. runner

Sound Department

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Emmanuel Croset ... sound
Sébastien Noiré ... sound editor
Hubert Teissedre ... foley mixer

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Pascal Fauvelle ... special effects technician
Max Garnier ... special effects technician
François Philippi ... special effects supervisor
Charles-Axel Vollard ... special effects technician

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Stephane Bidault ... visual effects supervisor
Olivier Blanchet ... digital compositor
Arnaud Ortmann ... digital artist
François Poupon ... visual effects artist
Matthias Weber ... visual effects producer

Stunts

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Patrick Cauderlier ... stunt coordinator / stunts wire effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Artur Andrade ... electrician
Laurent Bourlier ... key grip
Tristan Charles ... video operator
Stéphane Gauthron ... additional electrician
Raphaël Jamot ... electrician (additional)
Léonard Rollin ... digital imaging technician
Diogo Teixeira ... electrician

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Emmanuelle Willenz ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

The princess Anastasia is cursed by the witch Carabosse to die but three teenage fairies change it and the girl falls into a deep sleep for one hundred years to wake-up as a sixteen year-old teenager. Along her dream, Anastasia takes a ghost train and is adopted by a woman that lives in the woods with her son Peter that becomes her stepbrother. Soon Peter is seduced by the Snow Queen and leaves home with her. Anastasia seeks him out and travels through the kingdom of albino King and Queen that offer her a stagecoach to help her to travel. However Anastasia is attacked by gypsy bandits that kidnap her, but she befriends a gypsy girl that offers a magic animal to ride in her quest. Out of the blue, the sixteen year-old Anastasia is awaken by Peter's grandson Johan. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Also Known As
  • The Sleeping Beauty (World-wide, English title)
  • Die schlafende Schöne (Germany)
  • 禁断メルヘン 眠れる森の美女 (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Spiaca królewna (Poland)
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  • 82 min
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Soundtracks Sonata in C minor See more »
Quotes Fée aînée: You know nothing about humans. They know they'll die, but they don't worry about it, and waste their time.
The other fairies: [scandalised] No! They waste their time?
Fée aînée: But of course. It's their favourite pastime.
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