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    Jorinda And Joringle / The Juniper Tree
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1The Juniper Tree
2Jorinda And Joringle


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TG 124Unknown Artist Jorinda & Joringel / The Juniper Tree ‎(LP)TeleGeneral CorporationTG 124US1970


  • IllustrationDavid Chestnutt


  • Distributed By – Stereo Dimension Records
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View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label. All fields Artist Title Artist Title Label Seller Item . Select a specific format: All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. Featured sellers. New items. Good deals. Mint Sellers. The Juniper Tree is a 1990 Icelandic black-and-white medieval fantasy drama film directed and written by Nietzchka Keene. Based on the fairy tale The Juniper Tree collected by the Brothers Grimm, it stars a small cast of five actors: Björk, Bryndis Petra Bragadóttir, Guðrún Gísladóttir, Valdimar Örn Flygenring and Geirlaug Sunna Þormar. The film was selected to compete for the Grand Jury Prize Dramatic at the 1990 Sundance Film Festival. Jorinda and Joringle are twins from this book, The Grimm Conclusion, but i'm not sure if they're the author's original characters or he just adapted them from some fairytale. anyways, their story is awesome. gruesome, but totally awesome. Image size. 1687x2306px MB. he made jorinda and joringle the main characters and he kind of connected one fairy tale to another. and here's a little part which was based on the story the juniper tree: my father, he killed me my mother, she ate me my sister, jorinda, buried my bones 'neath the juniper tree kewitt kewitt what a beautiful bird am i . Jorinda & Joringle - Tom Lee. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Jorinda and Jorindel - The Brothers Grimm. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. In The Juniper Tree, that collision assumes a cultural dimension. The casts Icelandic accents inflect the English-language with a sense of foreignness, while Christian symbolism and pagan myth are rubbed together with the same friction that results from the films two families. The Juniper Tree can be a bit sluggish and redundant - Johanns suspicions arent enough to sustain the screen-time hes afforded in a movie that lasts for less than 80 minutes - but it only grows richer and more revolutionary as it goes along, as Keene stacks each of the semi-hostile intersections described above until they topple over during a. The sun was still half above the mountain and half under. Joringel looked through the bushes, and saw the old walls of the castle close at hand. He was horror-stricken and filled with deadly fear. Jorinda was singing. The owl flew into the thicket, and directly afterwards there came out of it a crooked old woman, yellow and lean, with large red eyes and a hooked nose, the point of which reached to her chin. She muttered to herself, caught the nightingale, and took it away in her hand. Joringel could neither speak nor move from the spot. The nightingale was gone. At last the woman came back, and said in a hollow voice, Greet you, Zachiel. Jorinde and Joringel is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm KHM 69. It is AarneThompson 405. The tale is found virtually exclusively in Germany, barring a Swedish variant, although Marie Campbell found a variant in Kentucky, The Flower of Dew. The story is known in many English translations as Jorinda and Jorindel. An evil shape-shifting witch or fairy, depending on the translation lived alone in a dark castle in the woods. She could lure wild animals and birds to her