[REL] Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

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[REL] Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

Postby kev » Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:32 pm  29 likes

Die Sterntaler
AKA: The Star Money

The DVD's arrived from Germany last week. This film was the one I was really excited to get. From the pictures, the girl looked lovely, and it was a Grimm's fairy tale I wasn't that familiar with..

Synopsis:
Based on a lesser known Grimm's Fairy Tale, 'The Star Money' tells the tale of an unknown, orphaned girl who is poor and homeless; she has only her clothing and a loaf of bread that a kindhearted soul has given her. She is a goodhearted person, however, and so she goes out into the countryside to see what might happen. She gives a hungry man her bread, and to three cold children she gives her cap, her jacket, and her dress. In a forest, she sees a young child begging for a shift, and since it was dark and she cannot be seen, she gives her own shift away. As she stands with nothing left at all, she finds her kindness is rewarded..


The synopsis is for the Grimm's story 'The Star Money'. In this film I think the girl has parents or is living with a family. Set in olden times the young girl, Mina, goes on a quest to help her village with a talking dog as a companion..

DVD Artwork:
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I had a hard time picking out caps [as probably usual] as I also found her stunning... :heart

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The character of Mina is played by Meira Durand who played 'Lola' the year before in another movie here titled 'Hier Kommt Lola': viewtopic.php?f=14&t=6778&hilit=heir+kommt+lola

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I've searched around for English subs, but to no avail.. :(

It's not really hard to follow, but there is a good bit of dialogue that would be nice to understand..

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Re: Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

Postby ARTHORIUS » Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:34 pm  0 likes

Whoa nice movie it's really hard to be found...tyvm kev
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Re: [REL] Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

Postby starfish21 » Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:24 pm  0 likes

she looks a real beauty,Kev. ;)

ARTHORIUS wrote: it's really hard to be found...


i found a few versions on usenet and emule,and one torrent on TPB,but apparently no subs, unfortunately.
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Re: [REL] Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

Postby Phuzzy4242 » Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:47 pm  1 likes

Nice find, kev. Thanks!
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Re: [REL] Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

Postby kev » Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:26 am  0 likes

...Thing is, if you read the original story, it has some OT scenes..
http://www.grimmstories.com/en/grimm_fa ... star-money

Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Star_Money

This film is very family friendly.

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Re: [REL] Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

Postby emuler » Wed Mar 20, 2013 1:25 am  0 likes

Thanks, kev. :D
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Re: [REL] Die Sterntaler (2011) [TV]

Postby starfish21 » Wed Mar 20, 2013 6:38 am  0 likes

The talking dog's obviously got a lot to say,it's a shame theres no subs,i hate not knowing what dogs are saying.

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