Flicka - freedom. Friendship. Adventure.
|German title||Flicka - freedom. Friendship. Adventure.|
|Country of production||United States|
|Age rating||FSK 0|
Lawrence Konner ,
|camera||James Michael Muro|
Flicka - freedom. Friendship. Adventure is a feature film by Michael Mayer from 2006. It is a remake of the film Flicka (Original title: My Friend Flicka ) from 1943, which is based on the novel by Mary O'Hara from 1941.
16-year-old Katy is returning from a private school to her family's Goose Creek Ranch in Wyoming . The horse madwoman sets her head there, taming a wild horse she calls Flicka ( Swedish : girl). Her father would rather send her to college and sell the horse to a rodeo organizer . To get the horse back, she wants to take part in the rodeo and ride Flicka there. But when she wins the rodeo and rides home, a misfortune happens that ends almost fatally for Flicka.
The lexicon of international films described Flicka as "[s] olide, albeit conventional entertainment for cuddling and well-being, where at best the hymn of praise meets American virtues."
The Rotten Tomatoes website analyzed 75 reviews, of which only 53% were positive. The site sums up that children could identify with the rebellious main character, but adults would find a film with "flat characters, exaggerated dialogue and a story that wanders out to the country and never returns."
In 2010 the sequel Flicka 2 - Friends for Life was released , the film was released as a direct-to-DVD production . In June 2012 the third part followed under the title Flicka 3 - Best Friends . Both titles were directed by Michael Damian .
- Flicka - freedom. Friendship. Adventure. in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- ↑ Release certificate for Flicka - freedom. Friendship. Adventure. . Voluntary self-regulation of the film industry , November 2006 (PDF; test number: 108 031 K).
- ↑ Flicka - Freedom. Friendship. Adventure. In: Lexicon of International Films . Film service , accessed November 2, 2017 .
- ^ Flicka Movie Reviews, Pictures. (No longer available online.) In: Rotten Tomatoes. Archived from the original on November 29, 2009 ; Retrieved on April 19, 2009 (English): "The rebellious protagonist will rally girls and children, but adults may find Flicka saddled with thin characters, over-the-top dialogue, and a plot that wanders into the countryside and never comes back. “ Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.