Saturday, 12 June 2010

Twigson | SFF | Review


My family and I fell in love with Lillebror and his  family.  Twigson is a Norwegian film  based  on the children's books by author Anne-Cath. Vestly.  Having to move to the country to cut down on expenses the youngest of the family,  Lillebror  is bored with the lack of children around to play with.  He does encounter from a distance "the princess," a young girl the same age as himself.  Lillebror is sent outdoors after he falls through the floor of their falling apart house, where he find a new friend "Twigson."  (a twig that has fallen from a tree his father is cutting down) Twigson provides  Lillebror the company and friendship he craves for.  This is a very beautiful family film for younger  children (who can read the subtitles) and older children. Twigson is a film full of adventure and humor and the positive moral theme of never giving up.

The final screening for this film is on Monday and I highly recommend you catch it.


├ůSLEIK ENGMARK | NORWAY | 75 MINS
Saturday 12th June | 12.30 pm | Event Cinemas
Monday 14th June |  4.00 pm | Event Cinemas

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