Strass, sequins and tradition

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Duration: 20x90’
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Available version: French
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Among gypsies, weddings are not held in the town hall or church but within the family. For them, only Gypsy traditions have value.

During this rite of passage, which marks the moment when children leave the nest to officially become adults in the eyes of the community, emotions run high, and the celebration must be up to par. Extravagance is the order of the day: period castles, XXL wedding cakes, fairytale dresses.

Nothing is too much for the princes and princesses of the day because among gypsies, parties and children are sacred.