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FROM BLOSSOM TIME TO AUTUMN FROST

Hungary, 1953 (MIFF 1959, Programme 17)

Director: Istvan Homoki-Nagy

Shot over a period of seven months, this film is a. record of animal life in a Hungarian natural sanctuary. Fine photography, and great patience produced many striking and savage impressions.

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