Mina Og Meg – Toddling across the Norwegian Mountains

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Mina Og Meg – Toddling across the Norwegian Mountains

In 2018 2 year old Mina went on a winter expedition in the Norwegian mountains with her favourite doll and her father.
In 57 days Mina and  Alexander Read skied over 500 kilometres across the Nordryggen mountain range. The expedition started in Ljosland and ended at Leirvassbu in Norway.

The goal? To seek precious moments along their way. When Mina is in front leading the way through the mountains something almost magical starts to happen: the pace slows down, the focus shifts and the communication between father and daughter becomes better and stronger. Their presence in the here and now turns their expedition into a special bubble where trolls do exist.

This is the story of their magical adventure.

Mina and her father Alexander won the Norwegian Wildlife Award 2019.

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Director:

Anders Bølling

Year:

2018

Duration:

27 mins

Category:

Bright Australia 2020, film, film, Film, Fremantle Australia 2020, Scotland 2019