forse è la realtà un po' pazza, ma non si vede spesso al cinema.
qui c'è una bella storia di Josefin e Hugo, che fanno amicizia e si aiutano nel mondo.
si aggiunge poi un gigante buono, che è come loro, si capiscono e giocano e si proteggono.
più bello di come ti aspetti, promesso - Ismaele
I've been waiting for eight years - since September 1968, to be exact - to review "Hugo and Josefin." It was one of the genuine hits of that year's New York Film Festival, a gentle, charming and scary children's film that was for adults, too. It came from a young Swedish filmmaker named Kjell Grede, who was somehow able to project himself back into a children's world in which grown-ups, empty barns and saying goodbye are hard to understand. The film was purchased for the American market by Warner Brothers, which still holds the rights. But the studio changed hands soon afterwards, and the film was never released commercially. At a time when every summer Saturday brings a rip-off kiddie matinee, this is a film to treasure.
…It is hard to imagine anybody not being caught up in the spell of this small, gentle masterpiece about two children, their private kingdom of nature and their relationship with a wise giant of a gardener.
This striking first feature film of a new director-scenarist named Kjell Grede would have been exquisite even in black-and-white, but the exquisite color photography makes it fresh, movving and memorable…da qui