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Anyu or how Stálin lost his nose


A long time ago in eastern europe the turmoil following a revolt against soviet occupation leads to the separation of a small child and her mother. While the mother is forced to flee the country, her daughter is raised by a bunch of precocious geese.
After 5 years of separation the child get ́s on its way to meet the mother in the exile to stand face to face to her like a stranger. Anyu, which means mother in hungarian, is a story about the inner life of a refugee child. Anyu is also a story about a mother and her dichotomy between the societal role deemed as responsible for reproduction work and the willingness to avouch for freedom and taking part in a revolt.

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Directors: Walde, Lina
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Student project: Yes
Completion date: 2016-01-02
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Film color: Color
First-time filmmaker: No

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