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Ladislas STAREWICH
Ладислас СТАРЕВИЧ
Ladislas STAREWITCH
 
France, 1928, 30 mn 
Black and white, silent, animation

The Magic Clock, or the Girl who Wanted to Be a Princess

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Волшебные часы

 

 L' Horloge magique

 Volshebnye chasy


 
Directed by : Ladislas STAREWICH (Ладислас СТАРЕВИЧ)
Writing credits : Ladislas STAREWICH (Ладислас СТАРЕВИЧ)
Cinematography : Ladislas STAREWICH (Ладислас СТАРЕВИЧ)
 
Language : français

Plot synopsis
Nina, the clockmaker's little daughter (and daughter of Starewicz) starts daydreaming in front of a great clock with three moving automatons. She changes from being a street singer to a ballerina in love with a tin soldier, then a princess in search of a handsome knight. From burglaries to castle attacks and mermaids to dragons, the adventures never stop ... just like the hands of a clock.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International Leipzig Festival for documentary and animated film, Leipzig (Germany), 2012

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