- 1. See that, Twig?
It's a troll rock.
- 2. Trolls don't usually come this far
down the mountain.
- 3. I've got to draw this.
- 4. Pretty sure that's a nose,
and those must be arms.
- 5. Don't worry, boy.
- 6. This troll can't even think
about eating us right now.
- 7. As long as there's daylight,
it's just a rock.
- 8. Of course, once the sun goes down,
- 9. Here, you hang this on its nose.
- 10. If the troll moves, the bell jingles.
- 11. Then we'll know it's time
to run for our lives.
- 12. Done! I think I'm happy with that.
- 13. Hmm... maybe one more.
- 14. And, there.
That's much better.
- 15. Time to go.
- 16. Good thing we had that bell.
I think we outran him.
- 17. What is it, boy?
- 18. Whoa! That's a huge footprint,
even for a forest giant.
- 19. Run!
- 20. We lost him in the woods, boy.
- 21. Or maybe not.
- 22. Easy, boy.
- 23. Twig, I think he's in distress.
- 24. The bell's driving him crazy, poor thing.
And his arms, they're too short.
- 25. Hold on, Mr. Troll. It's okay.
- 26. I can fix this.
- 27. Uh-oh!
- 28. Oh! My sketchbook!
- 29. Thanks.
- 30. Well, that was pretty traumatic,
but such is the life of an adventurer.
- 31. Hilda, I've made us some tea.
- 32. I am seriously appreciating
the coziness in here right now.
- 33. The Wood Man.
- 34. He always just comes in
- 35. It's rude!
- 36. It's okay.
He probably just wants to get warm.
- 37. And besides, he brings us wood.
- 38. It's drafty in here.
You should really close that door.
- 39. Now what?
- 40. It's another one of those tiny letters.
- 41. Good grief,
this is the sixth one this week.
- 42. - Is it from the hidden people again?
- Yes, it is.
- 43. Are they still saying we have to move
and they're gonna smash our house?
- 44. - Basically.
- Who are these people?
- 45. Well, they're tiny
and they don't like us very much.
- 46. Well, I don't like them.
- 47. "Dear to whom it may concern,
please leave us alone!
- 48. We are nice people,
so please stop being mean.
- 49. All the best, Hilda."
- 50. Listen up, little guys,
whoever you are, this one's for you!
- 51. I can't read
with all these distractions.
- 52. Good night to you, too.
- 53. Maybe your note will do the trick.
- 54. Let's finish our game of Dragon Panic.
- 55. - Is it my turn next or yours?
- 56. Attention, residents!
- 57. Due to your failure to heed our warnings,
- 58. we shall now implement
your forcible eviction from the premises!
- 59. Forcible eviction now!
Banish the big boots!
- 60. What the...?
- 61. - Ow! Ow! Mum!
- 62. Mum! Ow!
- 63. Jettison the giants!
- 64. Heave ho, you must go!
Heave ho, you must go!
- 65. All right.
- 66. That's enough.
- 67. Ow! Ow! Ow!
- 68. - Get out!
- Stop! Wait a minute!
- 69. They're gone!
- 70. Mum, they're—
- 71. Oh, boy.
- 72. Hilda, we can't stay here,
not if this is gonna keep happening.
- 73. - What?
- We've never been attacked like this.
- 74. I think we'll have to move to Trolberg.
- 75. But we've been here for all time,
since I was born!
- 76. Moving to Trolberg could be a good thing.
- 77. You could make some proper friends.
Wouldn't that be nice?
- 78. No! I love it here in the wilderness.
- 79. It's literally the best place ever!
- 80. Please, Mum, I don't want
to live in the dirty old city.
- 81. I'm sorry, but if one more thing
like this happens, we're gone.
- 82. "Dear little guys who trashed my house,
why are you so mad at me and my mum?
- 83. Please tell me so I can fix it
and we can all live in peace.
- 84. All the best, Hilda."
- 85. I hope they're not too mad
to even read my note.
- 86. Let's go to bed and get some rest, eh?
We'll clean all this up tomorrow.
- 87. Who's there?
- 88. I'm one of the little people
who trashed your house.
- 89. Get out!
- 90. Oh! The trashing
wasn't done by me personally.
- 91. I'm more of a writer than a fighter.
- 92. - Did you read my note?
- 93. Wait. Am I dreaming?
- 94. You sound like you're
just a voice inside my head.
- 95. Not at all!
- 96. So, why won't you show yourself?
- 97. Oh, my people take the business of who
sees them and who doesn't very seriously,
- 98. which means, of course,
that there's a lot of paperwork involved.
- 99. What kind of paperwork?
- 100. If you'll just go over to your desk,
- 101. I took the liberty of filling out
the relevant papers for you.
- 102. I think you'll find the forgery
- 103. Indeed.
- 104. Now, if you'll sign this last page
yourself, we'll be all set.
- 105. This better not be some kind of trick.
- 106. There. Now, where are you?
- 107. Look in the mirror.
- 108. - I don't—
- Your ear.
- 109. Coo-ee!
- 110. You're very, very small.
- 111. Mm, I'm on the tall side for an elf,
- 112. My name is Alfur.
- 113. - It's nice to finally see you, Alfur.
- It's nice to be seen.
- 114. Now, if you'll come outside with me,
there's something I want to show you.
- 115. Wow!
- 116. This is amazing!
- 117. Careful there, Twig!
- 118. Have these been here all the time,
and I just couldn't see them?
- 119. Correct.
- 120. Careful with that!
- 121. Somebody lives there, you know.
- 122. - Whoops.
- Yeah, whoops, indeed. Look.
- 123. Behavior like that
will not endear you to elfkind.
- 124. How many houses are there?
How far does this go?
- 125. I dare say
as far as the eye can see.
- 126. There's 15 counties in this valley alone,
- 127. and your house is smack
in the middle of my one.
- 128. But why get mad now?
- 129. My great-granddad built that house.
- 130. I've lived here all my life,
and there hasn't been any bother.
- 131. It's the new prime minister.
- 132. He promised to get rid of you
if he was elected, and...
- 133. now that he has been,
he has to see to it that he does.
- 134. But that's not fair! We're allowed
to live here as much as you are.
- 135. Don't shout at me!
- 136. And besides, if you weren't so sniffy
about who sees you and who doesn't,
- 137. then maybe my granddad would've chosen
somewhere a bit less populated.
- 138. It's an important tradition of my people
to be sniffy about it.
- 139. So take me to the prime minister.
- 140. Maybe I could
explain things to him and fix this
- 141. before Mum moves us to Trolberg.
- 142. For one thing,
it's the middle of the night.
- 143. And, for another, you can't simply request
a meeting to go and say, "Hello!"
- 144. - But I'm the giant girl, so—
- The mayor!
- 145. I'll arrange a meeting
with the mayor of the town
- 146. your house is currently occupying.
- 147. Perhaps he can help us
with the prime minister.
- 148. - Well, okay, but—
- Got to dash now!
- 149. I'll come for you tomorrow.
Good night, Hilda!
- 150. What the...?
- 151. What?
- 152. Mum is not going to like this.
- 153. Remember, allow me
to handle the introductions.
- 154. I know the protocol.
- 155. Honorable Mayor,
may I have the pleasure of—
- 156. Oh, I know who you are.
The giant, the menace!
- 157. Oh, dear.
- 158. Oh, so, you can see us, can you?
Finally noticed us, did you?
- 159. - Ooh.
- Are you kidding me?
- 160. How could I notice you
if I couldn't see you?
- 161. Young lady, the forms
are very straightforward.
- 162. And where was I supposed
to get these forms?
- 163. The forms are widely available.
- 164. The important thing is that all the forms
have now been filed, so...
- 165. We've had enough
of her ruthless occupation
- 166. of our historic city,
haven't we, Angelina?
- 167. Ooh, yes, we have.
- 168. We have, haven't we?
- 169. But there's nothing ruthless about it.
- 170. We didn't know
you even existed until recently.
- 171. - Pure ignorance!
- You're invisible!
- 172. Please, please,
- 173. can you lower your voice?
- 174. You're alarming my cat.
- 175. Well, look, I'm sorry about that,
but, please, don't evict us.
- 176. Can't we just get along?
- 177. Angelina's heavily pregnant.
- 178. I don't want her unnecessarily stressed.
- 179. She's a purebred velourian silkhair.
- 180. - Fetch Angelina's basket, will you?
- Right away, Mr. Mayor.
- 181. Oh. Do you need to lie down?
- 182. Yes. You look the way I feel.
- 183. You're not answering my questions.
- 184. Oh, are you still here?
Look, well, wheels are in motion,
- 185. plans are in place,
letters are being sent,
- 186. and forms are being filled in,
lots of forms!
- 187. But surely you can stop it.
You're the mayor.
- 188. Impossible! I'm only the mayor!
- 189. It's out of my hands.
- 190. And I don't even have hands!
- 191. So whose hands is it in?
- 192. Oh, I imagine the only person
who could do anything about it
- 193. is the new prime minister.
- 194. It's his big idea, after all.
- 195. - Where can I find him?
- I can't tell you that!
- 196. - It's classified information.
- Tell me, please.
- 197. No, I—
- 198. - Oh, Angelina!
- 199. Oh! You beast!
- 200. Release her this instant!
- 201. Tell me where the prime minister is,
- 202. or I'll let your kitty live
in my hair forever.
- 203. Ah, you fiend! You monster!
You beast! Oh.
- 204. Behind the waterfall, the great big one
that goes into the fjord.
- 205. I know where that is.
- 206. - Oh, thank goodness!
- The basket, sir.
- 207. Oh, there, Angelina. There.
Are you all right?
- 208. I'm going straight
to the prime minister this instant.
- 209. Hilda, wait!
- 210. I'm telling you that barging in like this
could be dangerous!
- 211. I've got to fix this right now, Alfur,
and I don't need a formal introduction.
- 212. There it is! Let's go—
- 213. Oof!
- 214. Aw! A rabbit.
- 215. Looks like you took a tumble,
poor little thing.
- 216. Ah! It's not just a rabbit!
- 217. - What?
- It's the prime minister's cavalry.
- 218. Implement giant girl defense maneuvers!
- 219. Charge!
- 220. Charge forth!
- 221. Yah!
- 222. Help!
- 223. Implement hasty retreat maneuver!
- 224. Run away! Run away!
- 225. Oh, she's gaining on us! Ah!
- 226. Thanks for that, boy.
- 227. It's nice to have a deer fox
on your side, I must say.
- 228. Ah! And here we are.
- 229. Our training is complete.
- 230. We're ready to launch
our next attack this evening, sir!
- 231. Please, I mean you no harm!
I just want to explain myself.
- 232. Oh, well, in that case,
everybody be seated.
- 233. I want to find a way
we can all live together in peace.
- 234. I love my home,
and I don't want to leave it.
- 235. Well, that's, uh, interesting.
Look, I'll be honest with you.
- 236. I only said I'd get rid of you
because I knew I'd get elected if I did.
- 237. It's nothing personal.
- 238. - Hip, hip!
- Hear, hear!
- 239. Do you really all hate
my mum and me that much?
- 240. - Yes!
- 241. You must understand
that the lights from your house
- 242. are much too bright at night.
- 243. For the record,
I don't hate you even a little bit.
- 244. Annoyance, sometimes, yes,
but never, never hatred.
- 245. You're very loud.
You keep babies up!
- 246. And you're always stepping on us.
- 247. But I know stepping on you doesn't
hurt you if you haven't signed the forms.
- 248. I saw Twig's leg go right through a house.
- 249. Still, it's a traumatic experience having
a giant foot come through your ceilings.
- 250. Okay, I get it, I do.
- 251. Listen, we can turn off our lights earlier
and keep our voices down.
- 252. And if we get my mum to sign the forms,
then everything should be fine, right?
- 253. - It's not quite as simple as that.
- It's not?
- 254. Your house, you and your family,
since anyone can remember,
- 255. have been considered
sworn enemies of the king.
- 256. Yes! Yes! Sworn enemies of the king!
- 257. No one's ever bothered to try
and do anything about it until me!
- 258. And I'm afraid to say that fixing
the situation at this point is, um...
- 259. - Out of your hands?
- 260. And I don't even have hands!
- 261. Hilda, wait!
- 262. Hoo!
- 263. Alfur, if I was to ask you to tell me
where the king lives, would you tell me?
- 264. Or is it out of the question?
- 265. That would violate every protocol.
- 266. I understand.
- 267. Mm...
- 268. Mm...
- 269. Yes, I'll take you.
- 270. You will?
- 271. I will, but it's a tough journey.
- 272. I'll need time to prepare.
- 273. We can leave
the day after tomorrow at sunrise.
- 274. - Thank you, Alfur.
- Not at all.
- 275. It's actually closer to home
than you might think.