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Francophonie 2015 – Swiss Film – ZAGREB

562830_289553351122052_1166070034_nAs part of the month of Francophonie 2015, the Embassy of Switzerland is pleased to present two Swiss films at Kino Tuškanac (Tuškanac 1, Zagreb):

– Wednesday, 11 March 2015, 19:00: “Operation Casablanca”. Spectators will be greeted with a welcome drink.

– Thursday, 12 March 12 2015, 19:00: “Les caprices de Marianne”.

The movies are in French with subtitles in Croatian. Entrance 10 kuna. (Kino-Tuškanac Facebook)



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