Koba the incognito idyllic Princess of Kurland with her so cute accent along the whole royal family are what any population would like to get for monarch. The guy she meets, Fonsalette, and his relatives are also so nice, yet nothing is boring at all. It's one of the most beautiful love story that can possibly exist.
From the start there is a special atmosphere that makes characters especially endearing. The people of Kurland regards its relationship of high importance with Avignon, the homeland of their defunct beloved french queen. Since centuries, a delegation comes each year to pay tribute to her on her native soil. They are so grateful that they have made french the second official country's language and even named their capital Avignonburg.
Although both Koba and Fonsalette try to meet again, things are not easy for them. She's alone in France as he left as diplomat in her country. Fonsalette thinks he loves a student without knowing that she actually wears a crown.
Throughout the story, the audience knows everything while some characters don't, but it's lovely and comical too. They meet each other once where he relates he had seen the royal family except one princess (seated in front of him) of which no one knows where she is. Then he says he believes she's a bit crazy and begin to nickname her "the loony", this with her knowing smile listening to this.
Yet it seems there is no chance for them to end together, until the king himself decides to get involved in the most gracious way. That movie is absolutely enthralling and stirring to the max. Once you have seen this, you won't forget it, never.
Spoken french only.
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