FUCHSIA, THE MINI WITCH

FOEKSIA DE MINIHEKS

By Johan NIJENHUIS

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Family - Completed 2010

A great adventure can sometimes hatch from the smallest egg... Fuchsia the Mini-witch is the film version of the book of the same title by Paul van Loon.

    • Year of production
    • 2010
    • Genres
    • Family
    • Countries
    • NETHERLANDS
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Duration
    • 85 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Johan NIJENHUIS
    • Writer(s)
    • Paul VAN LOON, Sander DE REGT
    • Producer(s)
    • Alain DE LEVITA ( Nijenhuis & de Levita Film & TV B.V. ), Johan NIJENHUIS ( Nijenhuis & de Levita Film & TV B.V. )
    • Synopsis
    • A great adventure can sometimes hatch from the smallest egg. As wizard Kwark finds out when he finds an egg in the Witches’ Wood. This egg produces not a bird, but a little girl. A mini-witch, whom he names Fuchsia. Fuchsia wants to learn to do magic just like her father, and so is pleased as punch when she is allowed to go to Mini-witches’ School. At the School, Fuchsia learns to make wind and conjures with the clouds. Her magic often has unexpected results, however, as she is sometimes a little too ambitious.
      Fuchsia is very curious about the human world. A world Kwark wants nothing to do with, because: People are dangerous. When Fuchsia sees a boy – Tommy – in the woods, her curiosity gets the better of her, however, she forgets Kwark’s well-meaning warnings and goes to see Tommy in the humans’ town. When Fuchsia finds out that Tommy’s uncle, Roger, wants to tear down the Witches’ Wood to build a motorway, there’s only one thing to do. Together, Fuchsia and Tommy have to save the Witches’ Wood.
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