The twelve months – Kürti Andrea folktale, illustration, diapositive – 2018, Hungary
The poor widow is forced to leave the house to seek food for her hungry children. In the woods she founds a tent, where 12 guys are having the lunch. After talking with them, at the end they give her a pot of gold. When she arrives home her envious and always dissatisfied neighbour, also visits the guys, but the tent-dwellers will surprise her with other gifts.
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