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The Dead Town

Yugoslavia, 1952 (MIFF 1955, Programme 3)

Director: Velimir Stojanovic

A poetical impression of the ancient city of Perast, formerly a rich port on the Adriatic but now solitary and dead, its wonderful architecture overgrown with grass and ivy.

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