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My Giraffe Dikkertje Dap

Barbara Bredero / Netherlands, Germany, Belgium / 2017 / 74 min / live dubbing / 5+

Patterson was born on the same day as his best friend Raf, a giraffe. Because his grandfather is a zookeeper Patterson gets to spend a lot of time with Raf. They’re inseperable and share everything. That is, until Patterson goes to school for the first time and finds out that giraffes aren’t allowed at school. Patterson misses Raf a lot, but also experiences many exciting new things. He even makes a new friend: Yous. Raf misses Patterson  too and really wants to go to school with him. So, Petterson  devises a plan to bring the giraffe to school and unite his two best friends.

In Dutch with Slovenian subtitles. Voice over in Slovenian language.

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