The Flying Machine
Latająca maszyna, 2011, 76 min.
|Directors||Martin Clapp, Dorota Kobiela, Geoff Lindsey|
|Cinematography||Krzysztof Ptak, Michal Stajnik, Szymon Kluz, Malgorzata Szylak|
|Animation||Katarzyna Okoniewska, Adam Wyrwas, Tim Allen|
|Art Directors||Marek Skrobecki, Wojciech Zogala|
|Music||Fryderyk Chopin, performed by Lang Lang|
|Producer||Hugh Welchman, Renata Stachura Poray|
|Lang Lang||Lang Lang|
The kids, Anna and her cousin Chip Chip, use the Flying Machine to fly across Europe to find Anna’s father in London. Before it happens, they have to learn how to fly the magical machine… On their way, they have to navigate an obstacle course of hot air-balloons, swoop into Paris on a mission of the flying machine, weather a fierce storm in the English Channel, and with sunset fast approaching, find dad in the big darkening city of London. Before they reach him, they are torn from the flying machine by a magic storm, and find themselves back in the pile of junk in Warsaw. However maybe the Dad saw something in the stormy skies of London, because the next day he comes home to his daughter.hone. When she finishes her call she notices the kids are gone. They were engrossed into the magical world of the Flying Machine that they have flown away with it. Georgie, with a little help from Lang Lang, follows Jane and Fred on their way to Warsaw where Chopin’s is buried. On her way she gets to understand how much was she missing and how much she loves her kids.