The Snow Queen

Synopsis: Gerda and Kay are best friends; however, the depth of their bond is tested when the beautiful Snow Queen strike's Kay's eyes and heart with shards of ice that make him cruel. After breaking Gerda's heart with his bullying, Kay is kidnapped by the Snow Queen, who takes him to her palace in the north, where she hopes to erase all memories and emotions from the child. Gerda's love for Kay motivates her to leave home and find Kay. She encounters a variety of strange and sometimes sinister characters during her quest. But can she rescue Kay in time, or will the Snow Queen succeed in turning his heart to ice?
 
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1957
74 min
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- Here's another.

- No!

- Take three then!

Five! That's not enough either?

Ten! That'd last you a long time,

you and those brats of yours.

These children are little angels.

How much do you want then,

you miserly old woman?

These flowers were a gift of

a storyteller,

the teacher of my children.

And presents are never for sale.

You're a foolish old woman,

and silly to boot.

As for you, you've got the worst

manners, you old fossil!

Children, children, it's nothing!

I will freeze you!

You wouldn't dare!

Grandma's respected by everyone,

and you yell at her like...

Kay!

...Like a bad man!

That's enough!

I shall:
"A", take my revenge.

B, it'll be very soon.

C, it'll be terrible...

and "D", last of all,

I'll send the queen in person

after you.

Watch out!

Ah, the storyteller, whose silly

stories aren't worth a fig.

This whole mess is your work!

Wait, I'm going to get even with you!

- Snip, snap, snourre!

- What?

Pourre, bazelourre!

You fool!

Good evening.

Did he frighten you, children?

Forget it.

Why, cannot you see

the roses are smiling at you?

In their own language

they're trying to say:

We're with you, you're with us,we're all together.

I can't understand why this icy

counselor frightened you so much.

He tried to take away our roses.

But Grandma stopped him right away.

There you are,

there's no reason to be afraid.

Only I wish I knew what queen

he was talking about.

The Snow Queen.

She governs the cold, places with

icicles and snow, and icebergs.

The counselor is on very good terms

with her,

because it's she who gets him

his ice.

The queen lives way off in the North.

Still in winter,

when the wind blows,

she comes down to our town,

on a snow cloud.

No more stories for now.

These things frighten them.

Oh, someone knocked on the window.

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Lev Atamanov

Lev Atamanov (Russian: Лев Атаманов), born Levon Konstantinovich Atamanyan (Russian: Левон Константинович Атаманян, Armenian: Լևոն Կոնստանտինի Ատամանյան; 21 February [O.S. 8 February] 1905 – 12 February 1981) was a classic Soviet animated films director of Armenian descent. Atamanov was one of the foremost Soviet animation film directors and one of the founders of Soviet animation art. He is the director of the famous classics of Soviet animation, such as the prize-winning fairy tales The Yellow Stork (Zhyoltyy aist) (1950), Scarlet Flower (Alenkiy tsvetochek) (1952), The Golden Antelope (1954), the full-length animation The Snow Queen (Snezhnaya koroleva) (1957), and the modern satirical tale The Key (Klyuch) (1961). In his works Lev Atamanov subtly conveyed the national colouring of fairy tales and combined romantic elation in images of positive characters with warm and kind humor. more…

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