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HEIDI

by Markus Imboden

synopsis

Heidi, a little orphan, is taken to stay with her grandfather. Then she has to leave him and move to Berlin to live with her aunt Dete, whose difficult daughter Clara needs a companion. Clara does not like her new little sister at all. Heidi has but one goal in mind: to get back to her grandfather. But her attempt to escape fails. After that Clara at least starts to show her some respect. Heidi supports Clara and convinces Dete to take her daughter to a concert of her favourite band. Dete forgets all about the concert. The same evening Heidi takes the train to Switzerland, back to her grandfather. He is overjoyed to have her back with him.

international title: Heidi
original title: Heidi
country: Switzerland, France, Germany
sales agent: Vega Film
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Markus Imboden
film run: 103'
release date: CH 29/03/2001, DE 21/02/2002, AT 23/08/2002
screenplay: Martin Hennig, Jasmine Hoch
cast: Cornelia Gröschel, Paolo Villaggio, Marianne Denicourt, Aaron Arens
cinematography by: Peter Indergand
film editing: Bernhard Lehner
art director: Susanne Jauch, Martina Brünner
costumes designer: Claudia Flütsch
music: Niki Reiser, Scream
producer: Ruth Waldburger
production: Vega Film, Avventura Films, RTS - Radio Télévision Suisse
distributor: Vega Distribution, MFA Film Distribution (DE), Filmladen (AT)
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