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The Dog Hill  //  Marysina polana (Orig.)

DIR: Grzegorz Zariczny
2010 / Poland / 39 min

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A story about three men of different age who spend six months each year working as shepherds, away from their families and civilization. They have a lot of time to talk about the most important and leaving aspects of life. The highlander’s philosophy in short.

About

Director Grzegorz Zariczny
Screenplay Grzegorz Zariczny
Dir. of Photography Weronika Bilska
Editing Grzegorz Zariczny
Music
Sound
Duration 39 min
Year 2010
Country Poland
Colour
Tags portrait, social issues
Production Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing
Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing
Address:  Chełmska 21
City:  00-724 Warszawa
Country:  Poland
E-mail:  
Phone:  (+48) 22 851 10 56
Cell phone:  + 48 501 024 563

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