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The Great Sin of Being Alive (1997)

The Great Sin of Being Alive is a chilling and ominous visual lamentation about the sins of the Stalinist era in Mongolia which seem to stain the desert sand with blood. The mass murderer ... See full summary »

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The Great Sin of Being Alive is a chilling and ominous visual lamentation about the sins of the Stalinist era in Mongolia which seem to stain the desert sand with blood. The mass murderer who became the monk Mishigdorj narrates his tale of humanity and subsequent guilt in a voice over. Written by Kurzfilmtage - international short film festival Oberhausen

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28 April 1997 (Germany)  »

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Die große Sünde, zu leben  »

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