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The Magic Mountain (2015)

The Magic Mountain
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Length 1h25
Genres Drama,    Documentary,    Historical,    Animation
Rating68% 3.4176653.4176653.4176653.4176653.417665

The Magic Mountain is a 2015 Romanian animated drama film directed by Anca Damian. It tells the story of Adam Jacek Winkler, a Polish anti-communist who in the 1980s fought against the Soviet Union in the Soviet–Afghan War, alongside Ahmad Shah Massoud. The film was co-produced with French and Polish companies. It was made using a mix of animation techniques and Winkler's personal photographs, sketches and film footage. The English-language version of the film stars Jean-Marc Barr as the voice of Winkler.

The film received a Special Jury Mention at the 2015 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Damian envisions the film as the second part in a trilogy about heroism, after Crulic: The Path to Beyond from 2011.


Adam Jacek Winkler, artiste et alpiniste polonais anti-communiste réfugié à Paris, s’interroge sur son existence et s’engage aux côtés du commandant Massoud en Afghanistan contre les soviétiques dans la guerre d'Afghanistan.



(Adam Jacek Winkler (French version))
Jean-Marc Barr

(Adam Jacek Winkler (English version))
Jerzy Radziwiłowicz

(Adam Jacek Winkler (version polonaise))
Lizzie Brocheré

(Anna Winkler)
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