In the United States, the film was released on VHS under the title Jack Frost. What could frighten Americans in such a good fairy tale?
Alexander Rowe successfully filmed the fairy tale about Morozko, in which an evil stepmother, who hates her stepdaughter, forces the young girl’s own father to take her to the forest and leave her there. But Morozko, a magical character who symbolizes the harsh Russian winter with its merciless frosts, comes to the freezing Nastenka, ready to freeze to death.
After a conversation with the heroine, the wizard remains delighted with her meekness and kindness. Therefore, he warms her up, gives her luxurious gifts and escorts her home. The stepmother, seeing her stepdaughter’s success, sends her own daughter to the forest to meet Morozko in the hope of receiving rich gifts.
However, the daughter talks so unceremoniously to the wizard that he gives her a chest, which contains crows.
What could frighten Americans in such a good fairy tale? Some journalists collected comments about the American reaction.
While the audience admired Nastenka’s beauty, they criticized Marfushenka.
Her makeup is scary! Is it really possible that in a Russian village, before matchmaking, you need to put on makeup on your face, turning into a clown, and put on a crown, like from Burger King?,” wrote one of the Internet users.blockquote
In addition, the Americans noted that they were outraged by the main character with her humility and submission, because a woman should be strong.
By the way, Europeans received the film favorably, since they are familiar with the original fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, and not with the interpretation of the Disney film company.
Earlier it was reported that the USSR star Ryazanova admitted that she regrets the decision to kick her son out of the house. Details in the material Public News Service.
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