Gypsy Magic

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Gypsy Magic is a 1997 Macedonian film directed by Stole Popov. It was Macedonia's submission to the 70th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.[1]

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AKA: Циганска Магија. A romantic story in gypsy family makes a last, desperate effort to find its way out of the Balkan absurdity and misfortune. Their story mirrors the universal story of the rejected and the maladjusted, the forgotten street heroes who make the news only in the obituaries or crime sections...
A romantic story about a gypsy family, living in periphery of Macedonian capital. It's talk about them efforts through everyday life, colorful describe their ambitions and their honest and sweet dreams (for the modern world maybe seemingly ridiculous). It's film about warm and always hopeful gypsy spirit and performing actual gypsy magic curses. Even, story is placed in a rural part of earth, it's everywhere story, with everywhere problems and situations, some of it from every level of society. Big Dreams, Love, Family, Acceptance of diversity - are spices of this honest and touching story, which gone make you laugh, and cry, from time to time. A bed is an object of a big dream, does it's gone release?[clarification needed] Someone dream is to be what is.[clarification needed] Their dreams are maybe usual and boring but painful honest.[citation needed]

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