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How the Cossacks Played Soccer

USSR, 1970 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Vladimir Dakhno

A fairy-tale about the daring soccer-team of Dnieper Cossacks who travelled abroad and won all the games with knights, musketeers and islanders, showing wonders of resourcefulness and wit.

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