Dreambuilders, an exclusive Italian clip of the animated film in cinemas

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Dreambuilders is the title of a animation film for families already in Italian cinemas: we can show you one of them exclusively clip in italiano, where we meet Minna and her nice father, as well as the hamster Viggo Mortensen (yes, that’s exactly what his name is: like the actor!). Between the two there is a remarkable understanding, as you can see, but the balance will soon be compromised by the arrival of dad’s new girlfriend, with step sister in tow, a real bulla that will make life impossible for Minna. However, our protagonist will discover a method to access the Dreamland of his half-sister, pondering a curious plan: but will he be able to manage the consequences of his gamble?
Dreambuilders is a Danish production directed by Kim Hagen Jensen, already on the animations of a Don Bluth classic like Charlie – Even Dogs Go to Heaven (1989) and Ferngully – The Adventures of Zack and Crysta (1992), directed by another veteran like Bill Kroyer. This film is based on an original idea by the Danish animator.

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