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  • Heidi! Come on!

  • Hello, Dete.

  • I'm hot.

  • Is it far? - Heidi, it's right at the top.

  • Hello, Dete.

  • Hello.

  • Is that your late sister's daughter? - Yes.

  • Come on, Heidi. We have to go. - She's got so big.

  • Come on.

  • Where are you taking her?

  • To her grandfather. - To the Alp-Uncle?

  • Good heavens!

  • Dete.

  • He's godless and hates every living soul.

  • They say he even forgot how to speak.

  • Am I meant to put her in a home?

  • Or give her to some farmer we don't know?

  • You know that nobody wants an extra mouth to feed.

  • She might have been better off with strangers.

  • He even fell out with his own son. May God rest his soul.

  • And I'm sure he won't want anything to do with the child.

  • Heidi! Where are you?

  • Heidi, come here right now!

  • Coming!

  • Hello, Grandfather.

  • Hello, Alp-Uncle.

  • This is Heidi.

  • Your grandchild.

  • I've found a position in Frankfurt.

  • So now I'm bringing her to you.

  • She's your own flesh and blood affer all.

  • Go! And take her with you.

  • I've looked affer her for five years.

  • But I can't do it anymore. - Get out of here!

  • Heidi, listen to me.

  • There's nothing to be scared of.

  • I'm sure Uncle won't hurt you.

  • Right, now go.

  • Go!

  • God forgive me.

  • The child! Take the child with you!

  • Go on, go with her!

  • But she doesn't want me either.

  • Grandfather?

  • Good morning, Grandfather.

  • Drink.

  • Thank you. - I'll take you to the parson.

  • He'll know what to do with you.

  • Open up.

  • The child is strong.

  • And healthy.

  • She won't be much trouble.

  • She can't stay with me.

  • Okay, fine.

  • I'm going to Maienfeld in three days. Maybe a farmer has a use for her.

  • Otherwise, it's a home.

  • But she has to stay with you until then.

  • I'll bring her down then.

  • It's your Christian duty to look affer your grandchild.

  • Here, off you go.

  • Grandfather?

  • Should I sleep in the stable again tonight?

  • Sleep wherever you want.

  • You only have one chair.

  • And only one bed.

  • What's that up there?

  • I want to sleep up here in the hay. Am I allowed?

  • Grandfather?

  • I'd rather not go into a home.

  • Good morning, Grandfather. - Drink your milk.

  • Stop there!

  • Good morning, goats.

  • Little Bear! Little Swan! Come on!

  • Come on! Chop chop!

  • Good day, General Goatherd.

  • Take the girl with you out on the alp today.

  • She doesn't know how things work in the mountains.

  • Hello. My name is Heidi.

  • Right. - Thank you.

  • Come on.

  • Did you hear him? You have to do what I say.

  • Yeah, yeah.

  • What's your name? - Peter.

  • Are you living with him now? - Yes, he's my grandfather.

  • Your grandfather?

  • Why don't you live with your parents?

  • Because they're dead.

  • My father is dead too.

  • I was living with my Aunt Dete in Bad Ragaz until now.

  • I had to sit inside all day.

  • But here is much better. I can be outside!

  • Hey, stay with me! - Yeah, yeah.

  • What's that little one called?

  • Snowhopper. - Will you show me how to make a fire?

  • Sure.

  • Hey, Peter.

  • Did you eat some of my cheese and sausage?

  • What, me?

  • No, that wasn't me.

  • Who else could it have been?

  • I don't know. Maybe a goat?

  • A goat?

  • Hey! Stay there.

  • Little Swan, Thistlefinch! Stop it, stop!

  • Get away! Stop that!

  • Just you wait! - Leave him!

  • Do you never listen? I said stay over there!

  • Stop hitting them! They stopped fighting.

  • They need to be punished. They give less milk if they fight.

  • If you stop hitting them, I'll give you half my food.

  • Half of it?

  • Every day?

  • But you're not allowed to hit the goats anymore.

  • Do you promise?

  • Every day. Half.

  • Do you see? Look. - I can see.

  • Look. Ouick, get down!

  • Now your turn.

  • Me? - Yes.

  • Heidi? - Yes?

  • Maybe don't mention the food. - I won't say anything.

  • In the village they say he killed someone once.

  • Thank you.

  • I'd rather sleep in the stable affer all.

  • Did Peter tell you stories about me?

  • And you just believe him?

  • Is it true what he says?

  • People like saying nasty things.

  • You have to decide whether to trust your own eyes and ears

  • or what other people say.

  • Goodnight, Grandfather.

  • Lovely.

  • I know my way around up here.

  • I'll show you tomorrow where the edelweiss grows.

  • Peter.

  • I'll be gone tomorrow. Grandfather is taking me to the parson.

  • What?

  • I'm on my own with these stupid goats again.

  • Shoo! Move! Come on.

  • Go! Move it!

  • What on earth do you look like?

  • Grandfather?

  • Is the chair for me?

  • Who else?

  • But I'm leaving tomorrow.

  • You're going out on the alp tomorrow.

  • And the next day too?

  • Certainly.

  • Don't ask so many questions and go and wash your face.

  • Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  • Peter! I'm allowed to stay!

  • Today is the last day I'll be here. - Why?

  • I have to go to school.

  • When are you coming back?

  • In the spring, I think.

  • Not until the spring?

  • You can come down and visit.

  • Grandmother will be pleased to see you.

  • No more eating, you've had enough!

  • Come on!

  • May I go to school too?

  • Come on, eat.

  • Look who's there.

  • That's unbelievable.

  • He shouldn't be allowed to take care of a child.

  • He's looking over.

  • Good day.

  • Hello.

  • Alp-Uncle...

  • What do you have planned for the girl?

  • That's nothing to do with you.

  • In a year she'll have to go to school.

  • She doesn't have to do anything.

  • Be sensible. Every child must learn to read.

  • She can't come down from the alp on her own in the winter.

  • Come on, child. You go outside.

  • Alone the whole winter, up on that alp.

  • A child of that age needs friends. - She has all she needs.

  • It's against the law.