Them, the citizens, the workers… Each one of them has his own ordinary life, working 9 to 5, taking vacations, feeding kids… They've been watching their homeland undergo a great change in the last 30 years. Now they have to face the old traditions and customs and the effect on their lifestyles of the rapid development of the economy. No matter how good or bad there's a struggle in their hearts between the old traditions and culture, and the changes in their life .. "
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