Being a film adaptation of the Internet comics, that is already popular for several years, this cartoon tells us about such a touching and memorable story which force us to watch it again and again due to its colors, attractive characters and insiring story. This is a creation about the lives of people who, due to some circumstances, are not the same as others. Not mentally, but physically. It is a story about acceptance of who you are. It is a short story about instant friendship that was grown on the basis of mutual understanding, common pain, as well as learning how to overcome it. This is truly a wonderful cartoon, filled with meaning that will be clear to both children and adults: any second of our life, any unexpectedness, anything can change our future. In the cartoon there are practically no words, it lasts four minutes. But it is more sincere than many full-length films that are trying to make the viewer cry.
Many years ago the Vikings, strong and fearless warriors, lived in Scandinavia. Ordinarily, they had a lot of upper body strength and possessed tremendous power. But a boy named Vicky lived with his parents in a small Viking village and he wasn’t like the other Vikings. He was shy and not so strong, sometimes he hadn’t the courage to do something courageous, which was frustrating for his father. However, instead of physical strength, nature endowed this boy with intelligence and agility. It was through such qualities he was always helping his father and the other vikings to get out of almost hopeless situations.
A poor young girl Inga lives with her little friend Emil in an orphanage. Cruel lady Landsfrid runs the orphanage and compels children to work in order to make her life more comfortable. On Christmas Eve Inga, together with other children, walks into the city square to sell matches but happy citizens pass by the children in anticipation of the holiday. The few funds that Inga managed to earn , she gave to Emil for him not to be punished. Left in the square at night, the girl with the matches continued to wait until someone take pity on her and buy her goods. Desperate, the girl went to the house where she lived with her parents and lit the match to warm herself…
Two 12-year-old sisters are half-vampires, their father is pureblood vampire, and their mother is an ordinary woman. Both sisters are polar opposites of each other, but, however despite this, they are pretty close. First one is Dakaria (by the way, their names are very unique): dresses in black, has short black hair, she does not want to study at school and wants to become a real purely vampire. Second one is Silvania: she is a blonde with long hair, who dresses in bright light clothes, a diligent student, and she dreams to become a real pure human. They decided to move from Transylvania to a small town in Germany, where their mother is from. There they have to learn what it means to live among ordinary people: to fly only at night, do not walk on the ceiling and hide all of their superpowers.
At the beginning of the 1980s of 20th century German linguist Klaus Kugler with his wife and three children goes to the jungles of New Guinea, where he studies the language of the recently discovered indigenous tribal. Unlike other members of the family, 8-year-old Sabine is quickly adjusting to the new place and she is learning values, traditions, customs and knowledge of the natives. However, the whole family living peacefully their lives does not entirely suspect that they are in the center of a tribal conflict. Despite the mutual will to stay away from each other, the ways of the newcomers and natives begin to constantly intersect with time. Nine years later, already 17-year-old Sabina forced to leave New Guinea and she gets into the boarding school in Switzerland, where she meets again a world completely foreign to her with its difficulties and conflict.
The law level of performance at the school, parents send their 14-year-old doughter Mika for the summer to the farm to the pretty tough grandmother. However, there is in addition to study the books she suddenly finds something else to do. She finds a wild stallion named Ostwind in an isolated barn. No one on the farm are able to tame it. And as if by magic, Mika, who feels attachment to the horse, one night sneaks up to the barn. Thus their unusual friendship begins. Can she tame Ostwind despite everything?
It is pleasing to note, that the film tells not about the achievements in equestrian sport, but about the friendship between the girl and the animal, about the understanding of each other on the level, unreachable for the others.
It is a famous story about twelve-year-old boy, active, adventurous and witty Tom Sawyer, who was in the custody of his aunt Polly after his parents died. His auntie only wants what’s good for the boy, but it was hard for her to control Tom, because this tomboy has an unbridled temper. Except for Tom, there is the son of aunt Polly – Sid, a natural snitch and goody-goody. Tom has the best friend Huckleberry Finn, a son of a homeless drunk who grows as a slacker and ragamuffin. These two boys constantly get into exciting adventures, from which they have always managed to get out with dignity. Best friends always have something to do, whether stealing apples or poking fun at adults. One day, Tom and Huck witnessed the crime, and then everything changed in their lives.