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Pandas

Czech Republic / Slovakia, 2013 (MIFF 2013)

Director: Matúš Vizár

Colourfully animated, darkly funny and packed with wonderfully bizarre and satirical ideas, Pandas makes a case for the black-and-white bears being the perfect Darwinian species.

D/S Matúš Vizár P Peter Badac, Tomáš Hrubý WS BFILM L no dialogue TD DCP/2013

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