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Sedmi kontinent (1966)

A group of children discover the new continent of the world, uninhabited by adults. Soon, many other children are joining them in that new paradise, leaving their parents and other adults ... See full summary »

Director:

Dusan Vukotic

Writers:

Ruzena Fisher (story), Andro Lusicic | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Demeter Bitenc Demeter Bitenc ... White Boy's Father
Karla Chadimová Karla Chadimová ... General's Wife
Vanja Drach Vanja Drach ... Diplomat
Oudy Rachmat Endang Oudy Rachmat Endang ... Yellow Girl's Father
Ivan Folkman Ivan Folkman
Dusan Gabura Dusan Gabura ... Police officer
Miklas Huba Miklas Huba ... General
Jindrich Láznicka
Antun Nalis Antun Nalis ... Otac djece
Tomislav Pasaric Tomislav Pasaric ... White Boy
Hermina Pipinic Hermina Pipinic ... White Boy's Mother
Abdoulaye Seck Abdoulaye Seck ... Black Boy
Viktor Starcic Viktor Starcic ... Expert at Conference
Iris Vrus Iris Vrus ... Yellow Girl
Stefan Winkler Stefan Winkler
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A group of children discover the new continent of the world, uninhabited by adults. Soon, many other children are joining them in that new paradise, leaving their parents and other adults baffled on all remaining continents. Written by Dragan Antulov <dragan.antulov@altbbs.fido.hr>

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children | girl | boy | See All (3) »

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A co-production of Yugoslav and Czech filmmakers See more »

Genres:

Family | Fantasy

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Language:

Serbo-Croatian

Release Date:

29 July 1968 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Siedma pevnina See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Wonderful children's film
3 August 2005 | by ritakarlSee all my reviews

I saw this movie when I was a child and always remembered it - hoping that it would eventually be available to rent or own (still not). It is a marvelous fantasy about a group of children who go to live on an island without any grown-ups. There is a remarkable technique used if I recall for the way they travel. All that remains with me is that it was such a fantastic world that they create for themselves. Let's all keep hoping that someday it will be on VHS. I know that when I read Lord of the Flies I was thoroughly upset because I had seen The Seventh Continent and KNEW that it wouldn't be like that - that children would work out all their problems and live together. There is some magic in the story - but that's perfect.


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