The story follows Ronja, a young girl whose father is the chief of a tribe of bandits. They live in a huge castle in the forest with the bandits. In this story Ronja encounters mystical ...
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The story follows Ronja, a young girl whose father is the chief of a tribe of bandits. They live in a huge castle in the forest with the bandits. In this story Ronja encounters mystical creatures as she explores and experiences life in the forest. Somewhere along the lines she makes friends with another young child much like herself. The title is based on the fantasy story Ronia the Robber's Daughter, written by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren.Written by
Interestingly this is not the first time a Miyazaki has been interested and involved in adapting a work by Astrid Lindgren. Gorô Miyazaki's father, Hayao Miyazaki had been interested in adapting "Pippi Longstocking" another one of Lindgren's works and started development in the late 1970s and personally met with Lindgeren but she ultimately refused Miyazaki's request. See more »
It's a little slow to get going and probably a little more geared towards kids than what I typically enjoy, but the animation is so beautiful and story so sweet and touching, I couldn't help, but fall in love with it.
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