Hanni & Nanni

Hanni & Nanni

           Hanni & Nanni
               Genre: literature, Family Film
               School, boarding school, twins, parents, referral
  Mainstream pop, shiny high-rise building facades, a luxury shopping mall. Completing the city panorama with two blondes and a small set of street hockey on record. Of course, the fun is soon over, of course, the two girls prove that they can survive in a totally new situation. The typical situation for one geared to a mass audience American children’s film: nice, clean and so good that not even the worthy aunt may echauffieren. She even once had to the target group of history, for the stressed modern opening scene introduces the filming of a possible old-fashioned children’s book series. Director Christine Hartmann, the first filmed adventures of twin sisters Hanni & Nanni, provided by the British children’s author Enid Blyton landed an international success, in contemporary dress. The lively Hanni (Julia Munster) and her shy twin sister, Nannie (Sophia Cathedral) pushes their sneaky hockey team-mate Octavia (Emilie Kundrun) a piece of clothing in the bag and thus a shoplifting in the shoes. The parents (Heino Ferch, Anja Kling) send the twins after the girls’ boarding Lindenhof. Here are the tricks of the confusingly similar to the strict deputy head girl found Mägerlein (Suzanne of Borsody), headmistress Theobald (Hannelore Elsner), and the classmates plenty of confusion. On the hockey pitch change Hanni and Nanni their pink jerseys against blue sports shirts. The film world is rosy, however. Among the motley mirth hides irrelevance. The triviality of Blyton series of children drive the scriptwriters Katharina Reschke and Jane Ainscough on the top. The characters live removed from everyday problems. Apparently Father Sullivan is right when he proclaimed, “cookbook translator was” a gap in the market. Where else would the money for the generous apartment of the Sullivans, the iPod, laptop and an elite boarding school, all times two, of course? Lindenhof is a perfection in its repulsive, while enticing microcosm, where there is always sunshine. The rain, which receives the twins is, there almost like a farewell to the normal weather conditions. All are good people in Linden, whether at first or second glance. Imperfect children are probably so little left to the school like cheap plastic chairs. On the other hand the rebels “good taste” Mrs Theobald. The boarding students are sitting on old wooden benches, somewhere in the clouds. Scolds Miss Mägerlein, it was not charity, is the abgeschmettert. For an orphan at Lindenhof pays the school fees mysteriously itself Increases will last even if the threat of ruin. Generous donors are always found at the last second. It’s worth just to invest in education – at least the future elite mothers. Normal children are there in Hanni & Nanni not really ever come before any children. Christine Hartmann’s family film shows adults in miniature. Which of them is still not exemplary, it learns to be. You breath the big screen adaptation into the spirit of the books in which the girls embroider, sew and clean. Instead housewife girls are now Hannah Montana, Princess lilifee or the mixture of both, which are similar to the twins. Blonde, blue-eyed and full recall, Hanni and Nanni as their classmates of fashion dolls that are so decent, that they neither interfere with the school uniforms yet girls only classes. Boys are all stupid anyway, Hartmann seems to believe. Therefore, their heroines may be lucky to stay by idiots like the Dorfschönling, for an enthusiastic student who spared. In addition to poverty and decadence lock the walls of the school building from the impending puberty. Strictly sealed off the social universe available to the top. Many as six books to be, which in this well-ordered universe is simply too rich. Therefore, the Octavia has a rich brat negative stereotypes and pampered schemer embody. The artificial scenes are not only pointless, but treacherously: but he who does their hair in the beauty salon and truffle cream supplies, can still beat the luxury of Lindenhof. The superficial film adaptation surpasses the other hand, the book playfully referred to triviality. Already in the original was Hanni & Nanni for a female readership designed reading, the message itself instructive elementary school did not escape. The movie reminds tuned to do with him what they had with the books a long time to make discard. (Lida Bach)
  Title: Hanni & Nanni Country of production: , Germany Year of Production: 2010 Length: 85 (Min.) Distribution: Universal Pictures International

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