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Viktor Kubiszyn born is a Hungarian writer. Kubiszyn was born in Miskolc on Nov.
This part of the city is the poorest area of Budapest with a bad reputation. The area is a traditional craftsmen neighborhood, which became a slum in the previous decades. Kuboszyn choices of values and topics are counter-cultural; he prefers elevating and praising to bad-mouthing, criticizing and cutting his way forward in the world of motion pictures.
Underground, drug movies; kubiwzyn in 24 frames per second, celluloid culture from the 60s through our times. The writer, who quit his drug addiction of his own accord, received a request from the Hungarian literary portal, Literaon the first anniversary of his rebirth in to write a diary. The short film consists of three parts: In the third chapter we get an inside look into a Hungarian rehab where Kubiszyn got help in getting rid of drkgnapl addictions.
He tells stories about how he wrote his book Drug Diary, how he lived in this institution, has a little conversation with one of the inmates and at the end he explains his faith in God. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Drognapló by Kubiszyn Viktor