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27th International Film Festival

for Children and Young Audience

8 – 15 OCT 2022

Dragon Girl

Original title: Dragevokterens jul
German title: Sara und der Drache
82 min
Children´s Film
Norway, Netherlands, Czech Republic
from 9 years
2021 | German Premiere
Direction: Katarina Launing
Script: Lars Gudmestad, Harald Rosenløw Eeg


2021 | Children´s Film

Additional Information
Storm Films

Eleven-year-old Sara lost her family in the war. Now she lives in a refugee accommodation in the small town of Borington. When a compatriot of hers is deported, she becomes frightened and runs away. She finds shelter in a house whose residents have gone away during the Christmas holidays. Suddenly there is a bang, a cellar window shatters, and she hears strange noises coming from out of the corner. They sound like gurgling, grumbling and crying. Sara builds a trap and is surprised when she finds an injured dragon baby inside. But soon the two of them are discovered by Mortimer, a boy from the neighbourhood who desperately wants to be a YouTube star but usually gets no more than ten likes. Luckily, Mortimer’s father is a dragon fan and owns countless books about these creatures. So the children learn that dragons visiting our world can grant wishes. And they do so for those who help them. However, Mortimer’s wish of attracting countless followers with a dragon video puts the defenceless animal in great danger ...