You're welcome! Please, accept a chunk of bread and a pinch of salt. Let's be swarm(ed) by Slavic fantasy.
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Director & Edit / Markéta Kosinová
Camera / Vojěch Pollák
Concept & Costumes / Katěřina Hynková
Performers / Dája Vybíralová & others

Music / Song “These Moments Dismantled” by These Hidden Hands/ Publisher Fairsplit Music Ltd.

Hats / Tonak
Gold jewelry / Alžběta Dvořáková 
Brooches / Adéla Wiesenbergová
Coats / Mirka Talavašková


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