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DRUM BUN (GUTE REISE)

by Robert Ralston

synopsis

When Martin, a young German, discovers that his father has died in Rumania, he sets off in search of his deceased father and a little adventure. Rather naïve and full of preconceptions, Martin expects exciting encounters with vampires to be the rule of the day in Transylvania. But instead of Count Dracula, Martin finds himself up against the mundane worries of the Carpathian state.

original title: DRUM BUN (GUTE REISE)
country: Switzerland
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Robert Ralston
film run: 74'
screenplay: Robert Ralston, Felix Theissen
cast: Kriszta Bíró, Felix Theissen, Tibor Pálffi
cinematography by: György Boros
film editing: Christof Schilling
art director: Tibor Csergö
music: Christian Lutz, Ben Abarbanel-Wolff, Kanizsa Csillagai
producer: Robert Ralston, György Durst
production: Gute Filme GmbH, Duna TV (CH)
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