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Judas

Yugoslavia, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Vlatko Gilić

In the rocky wastes of Mount Velebit, men have lived for centuries in close proximity with snakes. They learned to anticipate and cope with the dangers of the evil region, but the true battle begins when man comes to grips with the evil in himself.

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