This is the story of a woodcutter in Bohemia during a war between Austria and Turkey. Wandering in the forest he finds a golden fern whose seed turns into a beautiful young woman - they fall in love. After a village feast in which he gets drunk he gets to sign up to the army. The fairy gives him a shirt to wear and asks him to swear he will never part with it. At the war front he falls in love with the the colonels daughter; cold beauty who asks him to perform various feats in order to respond to his courting (bring her the horse of the grand-vizier, then the necklace of the grand-vizier's wife and finally his nightingale).
Czech fairy tale about a shepherd who finds a golden fern with magical powers. He can ensure his continued happiness if he does the right thing, but will he? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eric W (jp) wrote: One of the few, best werewolf movies ever made
Sarah P (nl) wrote: This movie has a lot of heart and makes me wish I had a "Nanny"!
MF J (kr) wrote: A funny enough comedy with Steve Martin in great shape, funny as ever.
Cj S (kr) wrote: I dig the shit outta this movie. It's awesome!!!!!!
Shaun B (de) wrote: Slightly charming but overall quite a dull affair with not much happening at all. 4/10
walter w (es) wrote: One of the true classics of the silent [or any other] era. Would be difficult to find a more iconic film to demonstrate that you don't need dialogue to be funny or CGI to thrill an audience. My personal favorite of the all the silent comedy features, with Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights" and Buster Keaton's "The General" rounding out the Top Three. And any Laurel & Hardy short for good measure!!
Pete G (ag) wrote: Quite a good film, if i wud of watched it when it 1st came out i think i wud of liked it more