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Freaky

Austria, 2001 (MIFF 2001, Fiction)

Director: Gabriele Neudecker

15-year-old Maria recalls her childhood in farming village Kirchdorf. She believes she is cursed and performs daily rituals in a bid to become a saint and avert ill fate for her family and friend Nataljia. But Manas daily prayers fail and she must face the unknown and the loss of her friend.

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