Five classic fairytales with a twist: Red Riding Hood, James Marshall's Cinderella, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Hansel and Gretel, and The Three Little Pigs, plus the bonus story Space Case.
Red Riding Hood: Red Riding Hood meets a charming wolf on her way to Granny's house. What harm can come from chatting with the big-eyed, big-toothed stranger? Cinderella: A hard-working young girl is turned into a princess with the help of a wacky godmother....
A filmed play adaptation from the Jean Anouilh reinterpretation of the Sophocles tragedy. First written and produced during the Nazi Occupation, this play about a young woman facing a morally corrupt world raises powerful questions of human interaction in regard to collaboration, responsibility and personal integrity.
Follows the tragedy and triumph of the Weiss family of Berlin and intertwines their fate as European Jews with the story of a German family, the Dorfs, whose members include a high-ranking Nazi officer. Kristallnacht, the "night of broken glass" occurs and the Weiss family suffer a series of unspeakable tragedies in the aftermath.
Red Riding Hood. Mother always told Red Riding Hood not to talk to strangers. But the wolf she met along the way to Granny's was so charming and urbane. What could be the harm of telling him where she was going?
Goldilocks and the three bears. Three bears come home from a bicycling trip through the woods to find a little girl "all nice and cozy and fast asleep" in Baby Bear's bed.
Three little pigs. The classic story with a contemporary bent, of...