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Sedmi kontinent (1966)

Yugoslav-Czech fantasy/parable about a number of small children who discover and live on an enchanted island -- the first live action feature from Academy Award winning animator/director/writer Dusan Vukotic.


Dusan Vukotic


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Credited cast:
Demeter Bitenc Demeter Bitenc ... White Boy's Father
Karla Chadimová ... General's Wife
Vanja Drach Vanja Drach ... Diplomat
Oudy Rachmat Endang Oudy Rachmat Endang ... Yellow Girl's Father
Imrich Fabry Imrich Fabry
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
Jozef Sikuta Jozef Sikuta
Viktor Starcic Viktor Starcic ... Expert at Conference


A group of children discover by chance a new continent, uninhabited by adults -- the island becomes whatever they want it to be, a wonderland where a child can do anything, even walk on water. Soon, all the children of the world are joining them in this new paradise, causing an international incident where United Nations bureaucrats and politicians are powerless, leaving their parents and other adults baffled on all remaining continents. Written by Dragan Antulov <dragan.antulov@altbbs.fido.hr>

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Fun adventure
18 August 2005 | by BoodlumsSee all my reviews

I saw The Seventh Continent when I was a child, and really enjoyed it. It is a delightful, fun adventure. I don't remember many specifics anymore, but... oh my God, I think this was my first crush on an Asian girl, where she's so adorably beckoning. LOL. Anyway, the movie's special effects were kind of low tech, but I actually enjoyed that -- kind of like watching Dark Shadows unedited bloopers or discovering how a magician performs a floating trick. This is definitely a movie for children, although adults who've never grown up may enjoy it as well. A Never-never land which feels much closer to home and real. I recommend seeing this movie for fun; just keep the hecklers away.

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Release Date:

29 July 1968 (USA) See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)

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2.35 : 1
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