The Story of Voyages, also translated as A Fairy Tale of Wanderings (Russian: Сказка странствий) is a 1983 Soviet Russian fantasy film directed by Alexander Mitta and starring Andrei Mironov. The film was notably darker and more adult-oriented than most of Soviet fantasy movies, which were usually made for children. It was a joint co-production of Russian, Czechoslovak and Romanian studios.
In a medieval fantasy kingdom, two orphans, May and his sister Martha, live in poverty. A group of robbers kidnap May to use his magic talent: he feels sick when surrounded by gold, therefore he can feel gold from a long distance.