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The Sarajevo Hagada

Yugoslavia, 1961 (MIFF 1962, Art Films)

Director: Slobodan Jovicic

The film shows miniatures from the famous Jewish book of the 14th century which was brought to Yugoslavia from Spain. It is now stored in the Sarajevo Museum.

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