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LITTLE BIG GIRL

by Morten Køhlert

synopsis

1850. A shepherd boy finds a young girl in a wretched condition. Tinke, a homeless wanderer, is taken into care by a farmer. But Tinke, it turns out, is from a wealthy family; her dying mother once gave her a necklace, the proof of her identity, but this valuable family heirloom has been mislaid...

international title: Little Big Girl
original title: Ulvepigen Tinke
country: Denmark, Sweden
sales agent: Nordisk Film International Sales
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Morten Køhlert
film run: 92'
release date: DK 14/06/2002, SE 11/10/2002
screenplay: Morten Køhlert
cast: Sarah Juel Werner, Peter Jeppe Hansen, Lisbeth Dahl, Erik Wedersøe, Birthe Neumann
cinematography by: Bo Tengberg
film editing: Anne Østerud, Janus Billeskov Jansen
art director: Søren Gam
music: Fläskkvartetten
producer: Henrik Møller-Sørensen
production: ASA Film Production, Film People, DFI - Danish Film Institute, DR TV Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DK); SFI, Film I Skåne, Auto Images, MTV (SE); Nordic Film & Television Fund (NO)
distributor: Sandrew Metronome
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