[REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

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[REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby jkecal » Tue Jan 26, 2010 11:15 pm  5 likes

Info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0764235/

Fairy tale according H. C. Andersen: Thumbeline

Russian name derived from russian term "dyuym" for 1 inch (from Dutch Duim).

Director: Leonid Nechayev

Main role of Thumbelina plays small Tatyana Vasilishena, daughter of Olga Kabo.

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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby BizarreLoveTriangle » Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:00 am  0 likes

I would have thought it was already posted here, but could not find any dup with search. Do people think it is not enough OT :think

There is also info at LMA:
http://lostmoviesarchive.com/movie.php?id=960
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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby emuler » Wed Jan 27, 2010 4:43 am  0 likes

It is to be assumed that since this is originally in Russian it won't have that ghastly Russian voiceover. :think :icon_biggrin2
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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby jkecal » Wed Jan 27, 2010 8:18 pm  0 likes

It has original russian sound.

I was maybe sucessfull when translating speach, but particularly song texts, to another slavonic language, but I can not imagin translation eg. to English. In Czech, there are similar worlds, frogs produce the same sound "KVA" etc., but as I know, in English frogs produce something as "RAR". And song text use similar worlds as Kvasavica (Krasavica, Beauty), Quasimodo, Kvaruso (Caruso), bel kvanto (bel canto), Mos-KVA (Moscow) etc. Some such jokes can be naturally translated neither to Czech.

When reading description at http://lostmoviesarchive.com/movie.php?id=960, I shoud like to notify, that Thumbeline (princess of elves) lived in society of Frog (Zhaba) as wife of her son Zhabik, in the mouse hole (Mysh) with friend Krot (Mole) and finally had conflict with May beetles (lighting bug, firefly, glow-worm by my dictionary).
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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby emuler » Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:12 pm  0 likes

Just a joke, jkecal. :bigups

Also, thanks for the extra information. :clap I know children's songs can be especially hard to translate; they sing a lot of nonsense. :dance

btw. Thumbelina is a well known fairy tale. I'm sure most if not all of us are familiar with it. :)
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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby plonkah » Thu Jan 28, 2010 12:05 pm  0 likes

emuler wrote:Just a joke, jkecal. :bigups

Also, thanks for the extra information. :clap I know children's songs can be especially hard to translate; they sing a lot of nonsense.


Obviously never listened to modern rap music then :-)
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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby emuler » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:10 pm  0 likes

plonkah wrote:
emuler wrote:Just a joke, jkecal. :bigups

Also, thanks for the extra information. :clap I know children's songs can be especially hard to translate; they sing a lot of nonsense.


Obviously never listened to modern rap music then :-)

And how old are most of these rap singers, mentally? :snooty
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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby jkecal » Thu Jan 28, 2010 5:32 pm  0 likes

On the other hand, the music from this film is very nice, but in the style of 19. century. Similarly, as in many other russian films. Hence with no chance to become world hits. Nevertheless, I personally prefer such music against rap.

Films of Leonid Nechayev are often inspired by some well known tale, but they do not draw out them exactly. In the original tale, there are no elves, but Thumbeline flies with swallow etc. Similarly as in "Krasnaya Shapochka", film draws out its own tale only inspired by the template.

But other matter. I am sorry, but my connection does not allow port forwarding, what may be reason of many forbiden connections in my output queue. For users with similar problems I can present alternative reference for this film (same sources):

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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby BizarreLoveTriangle » Thu Jan 28, 2010 11:20 pm  0 likes

jkecal wrote:On the other hand, the music from this film is very nice, but in the style of 19. century. Similarly, as in many other russian films. Hence with no chance to become world hits. Nevertheless, I personally prefer such music against rap.

"[REL] Novogodnie priklyucheniya Mashi i Viti 1975" is so far my favorite Russian movie music-wise.

jkecal wrote:Films of Leonid Nechayev are often inspired by some well known tale, but they do not draw out them exactly. In the original tale, there are no elves, but Thumbeline flies with swallow etc. Similarly as in "Krasnaya Shapochka", film draws out its own tale only inspired by the template.

I got Dyuymovochka several months ago, but I still haven't watched it. There have been just so many other nice movies to watch. Now I am getting interested, though, because "[REL] Pro Krasnuyu Shapochku - 1977" is IMO ingenious. Didn't know that Dyuymovochka was made by the same director...

jkecal wrote:I am sorry, but my connection does not allow port forwarding, what may be reason of many forbiden connections in my output queue.

The transfer works quite well, actually. Better than in case of many other users who have direct connection. Looks like there is one Czech guy with lots of bandwidth, who has been acting as a proxy. I have Nevesta and 3 Pan Tau episodes complete. Thanks :bigups
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Re: [REL] Dyuymovochka / Thumbeline (2007)

Postby jkecal » Sun Jan 31, 2010 8:35 pm  0 likes

BizarreLoveTriangle wrote:
jkecal wrote:On the other hand, the music from this film is very nice, but in the style of 19. century. Similarly, as in many other russian films. Hence with no chance to become world hits. Nevertheless, I personally prefer such music against rap.

"[REL] Novogodnie priklyucheniya Mashi i Viti 1975" is so far my favorite Russian movie music-wise.


But it is a pitty, that russian film music stopped on that ancient form. There was beautifull clasical russian musical films like "Vesyolye Rebyata" (1934 - Merry Youngsters) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0025946/ with good jazz music (dixiland) and popular Eisenstein-like montage of the music struggle. But the Stalin censorship stopped it.
You can see http://film.arjlover.net/film/veselye.rebjata.avi or http://film.arjlover.net/info/veselye.rebjata.avi, where you can find it in AVI form (Out of scope of this forum). My version is in DVD format.

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