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The Pirate

Czech Republic (MIFF 2003, Animation)

Director: Jan Bubenicek

Whether you like it or not, a childhood trauma can affect your whole life. In The Pirate, we discover the childhood traumas of a pirate and a friendship never forgotten.

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