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School for Women's Souls  //  V čem je háček (Orig.)

DIR: Tereza Tara
2007 / Czech Republic / 8 min

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About

Director Tereza Tara
Screenplay Tereza Tara
Dir. of Photography Tereza Tara
Editing Tereza Tara
Music meditační CD gurua Járy
Sound
Duration 8 min
Year 2007
Country Czech Republic
Colour
Tags body, relationships, student
Production FAMU
FAMU
Address:  Smetanovo nábřeží 2
City:  11000 Praha 1
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.famu.cz

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Special Jury Prize“ Finále ...

Special Jury Prize“ Finále Plzeň, 2008



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