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Abstract
The film is dedicated to the House for the Blind of the Society for the Guardianship of the Lost Sight in Laska, which was founded by the Polish Catholic nun mother Elzbieta Ruzhegatska. Poland. The town of Lasku. Buildings and grounds of the House for the Blind. Mother Elzbieta Ruzhegacai with patients at home, for a walk. Patients at Home, blind (blind) children and adults on walks, during classes and rest, work in workshops, acquiring various skills, and use simulators. Children pray, study with domestic and domesticated animals and birds. Children on a hike, on the morning ruler. Landscapes of the surroundings of Lyasku.
Director
Bolden Zivorsky
Color
Color
Film ID
33894
Keywords
relaxation
, everyday life
, health care
, social security categories
, animal world
, catholic religion
, social protection
, charity
Meterage
677,1
Number of Parts
3
Operators
Bolden Zivorsky
Other Creators
Istvan Tak, Agnieszka Boyanowska, Vit Dombal and others.
Release Date
1989
Sound
Has Sound

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