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Each night, like every other child in the world, Miko goes to Dreamland thanks to magic sand dispersed by the Sandman. But one night, the evil dream Habumar steals the Sand of Dreams and takes control of Dreamland. The Sandman and his faithful sheep Neopomuk ask Miko to help them get back the precious sand, and to hence foil the plans of terrifying Habumar. So begins a great adventure in a world where all is possible.

  • DirectorJasper Moller,Sinem Sakoglu
  • Runtime: 1 hr 10 min
  • StudioAmuse Films
  • QualityHD

Reviews about The Sandman And The Lost Sand Of Dreams

The Sandman And The Lost Sand Of Dreams
Mary
Wish had option for German Language, but cute movie

Wish we could have watched it in German. We know the Sandman from Germany and this is in English. It is very cute.

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