Korolevstvo krivykh zerkal pt1(English subtitles)





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Published on Sep 18, 2010

very funny Russian kids movie , a little girl named Olya returning from peeking into a film which children under 16 are not allowed to see comes home to her grandma, realizing she has lost the key to their flat. The grandma scorns her carelessness and sets out to fetch her a replacement key. Meanwhile, Olya breaks into the jam cabinet and splits a jar with her cat while her overlooking parrot threatens to tell on her unless she shares the goods -- which she does not do.

When she accidentally drops the jar, the mirror in her house begins to talk to her (perhaps this was grandma's special jar of jam with a few extra ingredients...), and she follows her cat into the mirror where she meets her reflection Aylo.

From there, the two embark on a strange journey after witnessing a youth being sent to the aptly named Death Tower for rebelling and making straight mirrors so that people can see the truth instead of being fooled into believing the lies of the crooked mirrors he has been enslaved to make (which make the old look young and vice versa).

They encounter several strange characters with names like Daot (toad spelled backwards; the character himself looks like a toad) and so on as they attempt to free their friend (named Dneirf, of course!) As Watson Pritchard at Something Weird Video put it, this film "...at times (resembles) a live-action cartoon from hell." That simple statement couldn't be truer.I liked this movie well enough to hardcode the subs myself.


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