Klaus

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Plot – This strange but also delightful Santa Claus origin story starts in a fictional Scandinavian country where the spoiled brat Jesper (main character), the son of the man who runs the Royal Mail Academy, is living his luxury life without any worries. His father decides to banish the boy to the miserable island of Smeerensburg near the Arctic Circle, so he can start to work for a living, like a real adult. He’ll be allowed to return home only if he can deliver 6,000 letters that year. At first it seems like mission impossible. The townspeople of Smeerensburg have been at war for so long that it’s become a tradition for them to hate each-other, so the last thing they wanna do is send letters. But then Jesper meets Klaus, the woodcutter who lives on the edge of town. Together they will change the life of the Smeerensburgers forever. There’s no denying that this animated movie will spark your holiday spirit.

Movie Info

Title Klaus

Year 2019

Director Sergio Pablos

GenreComedy,Adventure,Animation

Top 5 Quotes of “Klaus” Movie

“- Klaus: Ho ho ho!
– Jesper: Wait, wait, wait. Time out. Really? THAT’S how you laugh?”
Jason Schwartzman – Jesper
J. K. Simmons – Klaus

“Letters. You don’t really write many these days, do you? But I bet there’s one you never forget. Send it off to a certain plump guy in a red suit and, provided you’ve kept your act together more or less, he’ll drop off a toy or two. And yet, no one seems to wonder how the whole thing got started in the first place. This is a story about letters,…”
Jason Schwartzman – Jesper

“Good morning, madam! Ah, and a good morning it is indeed! For, you see, today is the day when progress arrives in this charming little town of yours! Now, let me steal a few moments of your time to introduce to you the novel concept that is the postal service…”

“A true selfless act always sparks another.”
J. K. Simmons – Klaus

“What happened to him after that, how, why, I can’t even begin to comprehend. I stopped trying to make sense of it a long time ago. But I do know: once, every year, I get to see my friend.”
Jason Schwartzman – Jesper