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The Porcelain Doll (2005)

A porcelánbaba (original title)
Farm folk, who are amiable and simple yet cunning lived here on this Farm. From time to time strangers come to the Farm. And it is then that all hell always breaks loose. Because the ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Juci Balog
Juci Barabás
László Beles
Lajos Bertók ...
Tiszt (segment "A bajnok")
Istvánné Burga
István Csala
Sándor Csányi ...
Csurmándi (segment "Porcelánbaba")
Ferencné Császár
Rozál Csótár
Elemér Czifra
Lipót Gombár
Béláné Gorstein
Pisti Gál
Mihály Gáspár
Attila Horváth
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Farm folk, who are amiable and simple yet cunning lived here on this Farm. From time to time strangers come to the Farm. And it is then that all hell always breaks loose. Because the strangers have also brought death with them. And destruction. And hate. And jealousy. And vanity. And shame. And lies. On this Farm strangers always just cause trouble... Written by Anonymous

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6 October 2005 (Hungary)  »

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$330,000 (estimated)
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Three Miraculous Tales
15 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Porcelain Doll is a film that will make you a believer. Although the stories in this movie are fairly different, they share a central theme of resurrection. And while the film may seem quite fantastical, the beautiful way in which the characters lives are woven together by a common bond of survival can only force a viewer to connect, rather than pass it off as just some majestic fairytale. The simple way in which Porcelain Doll paints a much bigger picture is what makes it such a unique and stunning film. And while a film about miracles, it doesn't need the big theatrics of Hollywood cinema to touch the heart and intrigue the senses. A must see for anyone with an open mind and an understanding of symbolism in the arts.


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