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Vichinghi e popoli del Nord - I film sul Medioevo fantastico - Medioevo al femminile

Won Reader Jury of the "Berliner Morgenpost", Berlin International Film Festival - Won Silver Berlin Bear, Berlin International Film Festival -  Nominated Golden Berlin Bear, Berlin International Film Festival

Ronja Rövardotter

1984, regia di Tage Danielsson


Scheda: Nazione: Svezia-Norvegia - Produzione: FilmTeknik, Norsk Film, SVT Drama, Svensk Filmindustri, Svenska Ord, Sveriges Television - Distribuzione: Svensk Filmindustri, 1900 Distributing - Soggetto: dall'omonimo romanzo di Astrid Lindgren - Sceneggiatura: Astrid Lindgren - Fotografia: Rune Ericson, Mischa Gavrjusjov, Ole Fredrik Haug - Montaggio: Jan Persson - Scenografia: Gunilla Bandolin, Rolf Persson, Bengt Svedberg - Costumi: Per Åhlin, Lenamari Wallström - Musiche: Björn Isfält - Effetti speciali: Anders B. Åberg, Lennart Carlsson, Bengt Schöldström - Formato: Fujicolor - Durata: 126' (144').

Cast: Hanna Zetterberg, Dan Håfström, Börje Ahlstedt, Lena Nyman, Per Oscarsson, Med Reventberg, Allan Edwall, Ulf Isenborg, Henry Ottenby, Björn Wallde, Tommy Körberg, Rune Andersson, Claes Janson, Bo Bergstrand, Rolf Dahlgren, Verner Hemmingsen, Bo Malmborg, Ricky Bruch, Anders Alben, L.O. Abrahamsson, Lennart Aspegren, Lennart Cederberg, Håkan Freij, Carl Hellberg, Zaid Hooshidar, Stefan Kumberg, Arne Liljenberg, Arne Rubensson, Lars Wallin.





Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - - - - «During a raging storm, a baby girl is born in a castle perched high on a Scandinavian mountaintop. Home of a fierce robber gang led by the proud father, Mattis, this fortress is cleft in two by a bolt of lightning not long after the happy event... Dubbed Ronja by her doting parents, the child grows into a strong-willed, independent youngster, full of curiosity that often leads her into danger, including attacks from evil creatures that lurk outside the protective castle walls, trolls, gnomes and cackling harpies. When another robber gang moves into the deserted half of the split castle, trouble brews... Things become even more tense when Ronja befriends Birk, the son of the rival robber-chief. Things can only get worse (and they do!) before they can get better, as the rivalry grows increasingly violent. Forced to leave home by bitter circumstances, Ronja - along with Birk - faces a tough life in the wild forest. The outcome is by no means certain...».

Approfondimenti: Movie Review


Conosciuto anche con i titoli: Ronia, the Robber's Daughter; Ronja Robbersdaughter.



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