Snow Queen

Snow Queen

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Director: David Wu, Bridget Fonda, Chelsea Hobbs, Jeremy Guilbaut

Cast: David Wu, Bridget Fonda, Chelsea Hobbs, Jeremy Guilbaut

     
 

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Bridget Fonda gets to wear great costumes as the mythical icy villain in the Hallmark Channel's Snow Queen. The film is given an anamorphic widescreen transfer with a Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack. Extra features include "The Making of Snow Queen" and behind-the-scenes footage. This release is recommended for fans of Bridget Fonda or serious romantic fantasy

Overview

Bridget Fonda gets to wear great costumes as the mythical icy villain in the Hallmark Channel's Snow Queen. The film is given an anamorphic widescreen transfer with a Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack. Extra features include "The Making of Snow Queen" and behind-the-scenes footage. This release is recommended for fans of Bridget Fonda or serious romantic fantasy buffs who don't get the Hallmark Channel.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/21/2003
UPC:
0707729135258
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
NR
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
3:00:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; 16:9 Widescreen version; 5.1 Audio; Scene selection; English closed captioning; "Making of" Featurette; Photo gallery; Trailer gallery

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bridget Fonda Snow Queen
Chelsea Hobbs Gerda
Jeremy Guilbaut Kai
Robert Wisden Wolfgang
Jennifer Clement Spring Witch
Kira Clavell Summer Princess
Suzy Joachim Autumn Robber
Meghan Black Robber Girl
Wanda Cannon Minna
Rachel Hayward Amy
Duncan Fraser The Mayor
Jessie Borgstrom Gerda (age 8)
Bart Anderson Man #1
Rhys Lloyd Man #2
Alexander Hoy Chen
Trever Havixbeck Sgt. At Arms
Kris Pope Reginald Priceless
Daniel Gillies Delfont Chalfont
Sage Brocklebank Handsome Helmut
Markus Welby Count Rosthein
Adrian Holmes Charles D'Amour
John De Santis Devil
Dan Payne Prince,Polar Bear Puppet
Richard Coombs Polar Bear Puppet
Jim Byrnes Polar Bear
Long John Baldry Rutger the Reindeer

Technical Credits
David Wu Director
Nancy Bryant Costumes/Costume Designer
Ross Dempster Art Director
Shannon Grover Art Director
Robert Halmi Executive Producer
Robert Halmi Executive Producer
Clyde Klotz Production Designer
Yelena Lanskaya Editor
Gregory Middleton Cinematographer
Simon Moore Teleplay
Matthew O'Connor Producer
Michael O'Connor Producer
Lawrence Shragge Score Composer
Pascal Verschooris Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Open
2. First Snow
3. A Nice Young Man
4. Cut By Ice
5. Affected
6. Promised
7. Embracing Winter
8. Without A Trace
9. Sleepy Spring
10. Home
11. Don't Belong
12. Power Of A Kiss
13. Puzzled
14. Desperate For Another
15. Royal Summer
16. Mirrors Don't Lie
17. An Eligible Show
18. Perfect Dreams
19. Autumn Thieves
20. Back For More
21. A Hardened Heart
22. Fight For Freedom
23. One Piece Missing
24. A Kiss For Love
25. Winter Passes
26. Never Part
27. End Credits

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Snow Queen 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is an outstanding adaptation of the original story by Hans Christian Anderson. Modern movie companies usually tend to ¿dumb down¿ classics so as to appeal to younger audiences ¿ turning villains into humorous caricatures so as to not frighten small children but in doing so loosing overall moral of the story ¿ but this adaptation actually embraces some of the more macabre elements of stories from that era. To me, the two brightest stars of this film are the Snow Queen ¿ played skillfully and beautifully by Bridget Fonda ¿ and the talking Polar Bear ¿ this you have to see to believe. I would definitely recommend this movie to people of all ages as even the darker aspects are not as nearly frightening or disturbing as the ¿Wizard of Oz¿ ¿ those flying monkeys still give me the ¿willies.¿
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have not seen such a moving story for a long time... This fairy tale teaches us many story of life and how if we believe in our goals, we will reach them no matter how difficult or how cold it can be! The songs are fabulous.
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