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Barabáš's documentaries on DVD

SIX DVDs with documentary films by renowned Slovak filmmaker and traveller Pavol Barabáš enter the market in Slovak and English versions. The project is a work by K2 Studio and Intersonic.
The collection compiles 11 documentaries filmed on all continents of the world.

SIX DVDs with documentary films by renowned Slovak filmmaker and traveller Pavol Barabáš enter the market in Slovak and English versions. The project is a work by K2 Studio and Intersonic.

The collection compiles 11 documentaries filmed on all continents of the world. There are the award winning films 118 Days in Captivity of Ice, OMO - A Journey to the Primaeval Age, Mysterious Mamberamo, Mustang, and The Tatras A Mystery.

The bonuses on the DVDs feature documentaries about the filming process, facts and information on the portrayed places, interviews with the members of the expeditions, a film about the director, photo-galleries, maps, and more.


Prepared by Spectator staff

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