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Afmin: 'It is said that whenever you catch a glimpse of a nymph, she casts a spell over you, forever holding you in her power.' This is a short documentary about the director's travel through Poland in search for his nymph.

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Released: April 30, 1923
Genres: Documentary Short
Director: Jean Counet
Actors: No Famous Actors

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