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GYIMESI BÁL - az első gyimesi táncház a román forradalom után
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GAME OF GYIMES - first "gyimesi" folk dance party after the Romanian revolution
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Director: Lengyel Sándor

91 min. 1994 BetacamSP, Colour, szöveg nélkül

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Operatőr: LENGYEL Sándor

Vágó: Hartyándi Jenő

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