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Victor and the Secret of Crocodile Mansion

Plot Summary

The Laroches have just moved into a spooky old mansio when their parents (THOMAS OHRNER and KATJA WEITZENBÖCK) go on vacation, leaving eleven-year-old Victor (KRISTO FERKIC) alone at home with his big sisters Cora (JOANNA FERKIC) and Louise (VIJESSNA FERKIC). Exploring the rooms of the old house, Victor finds a little stuffed crocodile with empty eye sockets among the dusty packing boxes and ancient African masks. All he hears in the dimly lit room is the ticking of an old grandfather clock. Suddenly, standing wide-eyed before a big mirror, Victor freezes in fright: A dark silhouette darts through the house behind him. A burglar? A ghost? Victor starts looking for the intruder in panic. In the Forbidden Room, he finds the diary of Cecilia, a girl that died in the house many years ago under mysterious circumstances. Victor pages through the book in fascination, following Cecilias mysterious clues through the mansion. Creepy neighbor Mrs. Debisch (GUDRUN RITTER) and her son Friedrich (CHRISTOPH MARIA HERBST) keep getting in his way as he explores. Shifty neighbor Strichninsky (WALDEMAR KOBUS) is acting suspiciously, as well. Are they involved in Cecilia's death somehow? Victor starts to suspect he's on to a major mystery...

Category Live action
Original title Das Haus der Krokodile
Target Audience Family
Status Completed
Running Time 91 min.
Language English, German (OV)
Script Eckhard Vollmar, Cyrill Boss, Philipp Stennert
Production Companies Rat Pack Filmproduktion GmbH in collaboration with ViaFilm
Producers Christian Becker
Director Cyrill Boss & Philipp Stennert
Cast Kristo Ferkic, Joanna Ferkic, Vijessna Ferkic, Christoph Maria Herbst, Gudrun Ritter, Waldemar Kobus, Elena Oechsner, Uwe Friedrichsen, Dieter Schaad, Thomas Ohrner, Katja Weitzenböck
Sound 5.1, 2.0
Year of Production 2012
Release Constantin Film

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