Synopsis: In a story based freely on Norse mythology, brother and sister Tjalfe and Røskva are paid a surprise visit by gods Thor and Loke. After the children disobey his orders, Thor takes them along with him to Asgaard, the land of gods. After quarreling with Loke, the children follow their own path, accompanied by strange creature Quark, and their adventure takes them to Odin, king of gods, to a playful forest and to the land of the giants.
89 min

- To Asgard, to be Thor's servant.

- Will you get to fly in the wagon?

- I suppose so.

- But aren't you afraid?

- At least I won't have to chop wood.

I get to see the world and go on

adventures and fish for serpents.

- Can I come too, Tjalfe?

- No, it's not for kids.

Run along now.

Thor only wants men...


I'll be leaving soon,

so I just wanted to say...

- It ought to be around here.

- What?

The rainbow, young man.

Ah, there it is.

Come along, Tjalfe.

Pretty, isn't it?

Now, come along, boy.

- It won't break, will it?

- Of course not!

- I built it myself.

- Of course.

And so Roskva and Tjalfe

came to Asgard.

Asgard, the land of wonders.

The land of the gods.

To Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life.

To Valhalla.

And to Bilskirnir, Thor's home.

Tjalfe! Roskva!

Come and help me with the children.


Tjalfe, hurry up.

She's waiting for us.

Tjalfe! Roskva!

Work, work, work.

Why do we have to do everything?

Thor is always out rumbling and

having fun, and Loki is never here.

Well, you know Loki.

For the last time: Get me out

of here, you little, miserable...

Pull me up immediately, or it's

straight back to the giants for you!

Quark, my little friend...

Please help Uncle Loki out of here.

Good boy.

Damned brat! You're disgusting.

An embarrassment to your family!

Help! Can anyone hear me?


They're crying because

they're teething, right, Sif?

I don't remember when I was teething,

but I'll bet it hurts a lot.

Sif, he's wet again.

Hello, everybody.


- Having fun, boy?

- Well, I...

What a day.


Some mead.

Come to Daddy.

Thanks, son.

I might take you out

hunting trolls one day.

Roskva, Thor said

he might take me hunting.

Sif, they're crying.

So I hear.

They are teething. You know that.

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