A new version of the ultimate juleklassikeren "Three nuts to Cinderella" to be made in Norway, sign iTromsø, citing the Norwegian film institute's website.
the Film has according to the NFI a totalbudsjett of 38 million, and has now been awarded seven million dollars in support.
The Czech julefilmen from 1973 has been shown on NRK every christmas since 1996, and is a staple on christmas eve for the very many.do YOU SEE the DIFFERENCE?: "Three nuts to cinderella" is modernized with nok 7.4 million from the EEA-checkout to the government. In the year you can see juleklassikeren in fresher colors and sharper images. Video: the EEA grants, the state Department Show more Show more Show more "Mammon"-the director stands behind the
It is the director Cecilie Mosli, which among other things is behind the NRK tv-series "Mammon", which is directing the Norwegian the remake. With her she has writer Kamilla Krogsveen and Karsten Fullu, as both have worked with major children's. and familiefilmer the last few years.This happened behind the scenes of "Three nuts for Cinderella"
"There are few eventyrfilmer with the female and the active role, and we should do something with", type NFI, and hint at that nyinnspillingens Cinderella will resemble much of the version from 1973: a rappkjefta girl who would not sit silent while she is waiting for a prince.
Libuse Safránková (65) played the lead role of Cinderella in the Czech original, against Pavel Travnicek (68) who played the prince. Safránková was only 19 years old when the film was recorded. The film was a success, and both of them were later well-known actors in the country.
The Norwegian version is particularly well known for the dubbing of actor Knut Risan, who has the voice of all the roles in the film. He died in 2011, 80 years old.More nyinnspillinger
Risan is also known from a Norwegian juletradisjonsfilm, as the king in "Journey to the Julestjernen". This movie was also recorded in the new version in 2012, with Anders Baasmo Christiansen in the role of the king.
Writer for the new Cinderella movie, Kamilla Krogsveen, also wrote the script for this the remake.
There are come few details about the film currently, but it should, according to the NFI get at the cinema.It is so classic. Boy meets girl. Boy forces the girl up against a tree. Girl gets three magic nuts.