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Wyscig

Poland, 1989 (MIFF 1991, Children's Film Festival)

Director: Marek Serafinski

Fanfares sound, the chairman cuts the ribbon and the great race begins. There is a ruthless struggle between the competitors. Humorous Polish pixillation with a comic twist. (J.S.)

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