In the organizer's words:

The train carriages in "Miniatur Wunderland" wind their way for kilometers through blooming landscapes and rocky mountain gorges. With the creation of this magical model universe, twin brothers Frederik and Gerrit Braun have fulfilled their childhood dream of building the largest model railroad in the world. Opened in 2001 in Hamburg's Speicherstadt warehouse district, the exhibition now stretches from the Elbphilharmonie concert hall to Antarctica and is one of the biggest crowd pullers in Europe, attracting more than 1.5 million visitors a year.

WUNDERLAND now brings this fabulous dream world to the big screen for the first time with elaborate Cinemascope footage as a documentary event. The Braun brothers guide moviegoers as animated miniature figures through their wonderland, which always has amazing discoveries in store for young and old alike. Using previously unpublished archive material, the film takes a look back at the Brauns' childhood and shows their early fascination with recreating classic everyday situations with great attention to detail. The visual adventure journey also takes the audience to South America to the Martinez model-making family, who enrich the "Miniature Wonderland" with Rio de Janeiro and the wild, unspoiled Patagonia with their passionate craftsmanship. Piece by piece, the smallest world in the world comes to life, where everything seems possible.

Source: tobis.de

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