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Kinder der Landstrasse by Urs Egger

Kinder der Landstrasse (edition 1992)

by Urs Egger (Regista)

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Title:Kinder der Landstrasse
Authors:Urs Egger (Regista)
Info:Lichtblick Film- und Fernsehproduktion, Panorama Films, Schweizer Fernsehen, Wega Film, ZDF
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Tags:Svizzera, Seconda Guerra Mondiale, Rom e Sinti, Feature Films

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Kinder der Landstrasse by Urs Egger

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Agli inizi della seconda guerra mondiale, una famiglia Yenish stabilitasi in Svizzera si vede portare via i suoi bambini a causa delle pesanti normative giuridiche elvetiche relative all'affidamento dei bambini di "famiglie vagabonde" a famiglie non nomadi.
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