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Who Says Folklore Can't Be Fun! (2004)

G50 min.Documentary
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'Who Says Folklore Can't Be Fun!' documentary takes a fresh new look at the celebration of Hungarian folk music and dancing in North America. Filmed in Canada during the 2004 Pontozó competition, the documentary follows the participants during this three-day event as they explain how they got involved with Hungarian folklore and why they think it is such an important part of their lives. So, join these talented dancers as they go about their expert performances of the most unique and traditional dances and songs from various Hungarian and Transylvanian regions, and see why it does not matter whether you are four or sixty years old folklore can still be tremendous fun for any willing participants. Written By Zoltan Furedi  Less

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