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Police Record from Jungmann Square  //  Úřední záznam z Jungmannova náměstí (Orig.)

DIR: Filip Remunda
2015 / Tjekkiet / 3 min

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A testimony on a pipeline damage incident, theft and two official records from one police station in the Prague city centre, disturbing the peaceful Christmas spirit during which blood is drained.

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Instruktør Filip Remunda
Manuskript
Kameramand
Redigering Marek Šulík
Musik
Lyd
Varighed 3 min
År 2015
Land Tjekkiet
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