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Die sechs Schwäne (2012)

Adaptation of the Grimm Brothers' fairy tale.

Director:

Karola Hattop

Writers:

Inès Keerl, Jacob Grimm (based on the fairy tale by) (as Gebrüder Grimm) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sinja Dieks Sinja Dieks ... Constanze
Julia Jäger Julia Jäger ... Königin Sieglinde
André Kaczmarczyk André Kaczmarczyk ... Prinz Markus
Henning Peker Henning Peker ... Hofmeister Otto
Manfred-Anton Algrang Manfred-Anton Algrang ... Heinrich (as Anton Algrang)
Arved Friese Arved Friese ... Benjamin
Bjarne Meisel Bjarne Meisel ... Wilhelm
Paul Alhäuser Paul Alhäuser ... Michael
Jonas Hämmerle ... Tilmann
Timon Straka Timon Straka ... Peter
Timon Wloka Timon Wloka ... Alfons
Julia Schäfle Julia Schäfle ... Zofe Maria
Nancy Thym Nancy Thym ... Musikerin
Thilo Viehrig Thilo Viehrig ... Musiker
Angela Hobrig Angela Hobrig ... Tante Renata
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Petty fisherman-farmer Heinrich had no idea that his curse would come true when he wished his six rascal sons 'never come under his eyes again' for playing carelessly rather then helping their mother deliver a single sister, Constanza, but die in labor. Reaching 18, she learns from an ant that the curse changed Michael, Alfons, Peter, Tillman, Wilhelm and Benjamin into white swans, and meeting them in a magic night they can only be liberated if she observes total silence for six years and makes for each a shirt from stingy nettles. Constanze already lamed father, now leaves home without explaining and observes the terms. In the last year, Constanze meets crown prince Markus, and both fall love, to the fury of his mother, queen-regnant Sieglinde, who will stop at nothing, helped by sycophantic courtier Otto, to bribe, chase or discredit her (future) daughter in law as a witch. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

26 December 2012 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

A hat hattyú See more »

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1.78 : 1
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