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Casino Transsyllvaniae  //  Spílerek (Orig.)

DIR: Róbert Lakatos
2005 / Hungary / 27 min

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Roma musicians are the heroes of this documentary film, directed by Robert Lakatos. Usin short, often contrastingly intermittent cuts, this film of folkloric imagination materialises the energy of a Roma musical gruop that wanders throught town and the neighbourhood of its housing settlement. The music is the impetus behind the movement in the film, and following its rythm the film presents the panorama of feelings and experiences of life on the periphery.

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Director Róbert Lakatos
Screenplay Róbert Lakatos
Dir. of Photography Róbert Lakatos, Dan Curreanu
Editing Zoltán Fabián
Music
Sound
Duration 27 min
Year 2005
Country Hungary
Colour
Tags cities, ethnic groups, music, observational
Production Inforg Stúdió
Inforg Stúdió
Address:  Kinizsi u. 11.
City:  1092 Budapest
Country:  Hungary
Web:  www.inforgstudio.hu
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Phone:  +36 1 2190961

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