Trace of Stones
Spur der Steine

Trace of Stones - Spur der Steine
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Trace of Stones
Based on Erik Neutsch's novel of the same title, TRACE OF STONES is a complex political drama blended with an at times comic triangular love story. Foreman Balla is the…
Interview with Actress Krystyan Stypulkowska on Trace of Stones
An interview with Actress Krystyan Stypulkowska on Trace of Stones.

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