Die Brüder Löwenherz (German)Die Brüder Löwenherz (German)

    Die Brüder Löwenherz (German)

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Director:Olle Hellbom

    "Kruemel is ill. He has tuberculosis and will die soon. Kruemel is afraid of dying and to comfort him his big brother Jonathan tells him about Nangijala, the paradise land that one comes to after death.But it's not Krümel who comes to Nangijala first, it's Jonathan. A fire breaks out in the house where the brothers are staying, and Jonathan sacrifices his life to save crumbs from the flames. Shortly thereafter, Krümel also makes his way to Nangijala, where the Lionheart brothers meet in Cherry Valley. You seem to have landed in paradise - fields and meadows of flowers stretch as far as the eye can see and the sun is shining from a clear blue sky.But the idyll is deceptive. There are two valleys in Nangijala, Cherry Valley and Wild Rose Valley, which is occupied by the villain Tengil whose Black Knights are terrorizing the residents. Those who rebel against Tengil are thrown into the Katla Cave, where Tengil's cruel dragon Katla finishes them off.The Brothers Lionheart is a fairy tale about the struggle between good and evil. Together Jonathan and Krümel fight for good to triumph, a life and death fight against oppression and tyranny and for freedom and love."

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