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Actually, it's a semi documentary feature, without off voice. A real life picture about gipsies who live in the north of France. It shows us the way of life, the struggles among this community. The characters are played by no professional actors, and this sounds great if you seek authenticity. A genuine picture of those folks no many people really know. They speak with their own language, and it's sometimes funny to hear.
A very interesting and entertaining film, that could remind us Tony Gatlif's movies. This film maker is a gypsy director, perhaps the only one in the industry, as far as I know.
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