Red shoes and the seven dwarfs
Everything changes with a new twist on an old tale!
The story began as director SungHo Hong thought back on the fairy tales that he had read when he was younger and asked himself, ‘what is a story that people can all know and share?’ Famed raconteurs of the 19th century, the Brothers Grimm popularized many fairy tales now known throughout the world, from “The Little Mermaid” to “Sleeping Beauty,” and Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs provides a unique and entertaining new perspective to their popular tale, “Snow White.”
While the original Snow White was a passive character, relying on the huntsman and the seven dwarfs to defeat the witch, the Snow White of Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs may be a princess, but instead of a crown or extravagant dress, her adventurous personality and sense of justice show Snow taking the initiative. Meanwhile, seven princes, each with their own unique personality and talents, from cooking, to fashion, to invention, are accustomed to being treated like celebrities but find themselves turned into seven green dwarves. Through their exciting and engaging adventure, Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs asks the question of what true beauty means.
On Fairytale Island, Fantastic happenings are a daily occurrence.
Snow sets off from Castle White in search of her missing father, the King, when she comes across a pair magical shoes which turn her into the completely new “Red Shoes.”
On her quest, Red Shoes discovers a house in which live seven princes who were turned into seven green dwarfs. The dwarfs decide to help Red Shoes, since she is their only hope of breaking their curse. Meanwhile, the nefarious queen Regina dreams of eternal beauty, and begins to chase after Red Shoes for her magic shoes…