Once upon a time, there was a very beautiful princess… Well yeah, every good tale starts like this, even ours. But this princess didn’t make profit from her beauty. There was no husband-type among her admirers… So she has to look for an awfully ugly, dangerously roaring, sweetie-maniac beast (because the beast likes sweeties more than princesses), and make it to kidnap her, but only because like this the prettiest, bravest prince of the world will come on her rescue, and to live happily ever after. But in this tale princes don’t rescue princesses, the beasts don’t eat missies, and trousers are not weared by men.
A waste road and an unexpected meeting.
A ranger king – without tasks of a ruler.
A vagabond elf – without a degree in magic.
An old suitcase and a moody picnic basket.
No end of questions.
No end of surprises.
Two facing windows – only a few metres of distance still it is more difficult to bridge it than to travel around the world. The little boy and the little girl are sizing each other from their respective windows until the boy collects enough courage to write a letter to the girl. The letter, however, wanders over seas and through continents until that sole very important sentence that recipient has been waiting for such a long time reaches its destination, so that she could send her reply with the very same words … A beautiful tale about persistency and love …
Once upon a time there was a poor woman who was so poor indeed that even her mice went begging to her neighbours. This woman had a son. The boy was so clever that he outwitted even the devils: he stole their most precious treasure, the magic padlock. He was doing very well after that; he even married the king’s daughter. However, one should be careful, because the devil never grants long leases…