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Red Hair and black coffee by Bochet, Milena

This film offers an exclusive view on a hidden Romani village located deep down in a Slovakian valley, where the children run and play amongst old wooden and concrete shacks. Four mothers tell about their day-to-day life, personal struggles, old habits and spirits. One particular spirit is wandering around; the spirit of old red-haired lady Vozarania, the ancestor that still passes things on from mother to daughter.
Bochet, Milena
Copyright Holder
Smile Film Sales
56 min.
Year of release

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