When her kingdom falls under an evil curse, a courageous young girl embarks on a perilous journey to find the Christmas Star and rescue a long lost princess, but not everyone wants her to succeed. As she makes her way across the treacherous mountains, guided by mystical forest elves and a wild brown bear, she finds a wicked witch and a cunning count standing in her way. Arriving at Father Christmas’ workshop she discovers the secrets of Christmas wishes but her enemies are not far behind her. With her kingdom’s fate in her hands, will she have time to make a wish before they catch up with her and put a stop to her mission once and for all?
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Journey to the Christmas Star follows in the tradition of fairytales and fantasy. It's clear to see the Scandinavian roots in the story, which adds to the fairytale feel of storyline and setting. It contains the classical elements of lost princesses, evil witches, magical creatures and a journey not only to save the kingdom, but also the heroine's quest to finding herself. It's originally recorded in Norwegian, but this is a dubbed version. The dubbing is, however, done skillfully. I would highly recommend this film to anyone with children or who embrace their inner child and loves a good Christmas fairytale.
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