Clanx (2011) - Watch Online. Directed by Valentin Baerlocher

Genres History     Music     Short    
Director    
Writers Valentin Baerlocher
Country Switzerland
Runtime 11 min
Plot 14th Century in Appenzell, Switzerland. For centuries the abbey of St. Gallen ruled the land of Appenzell. In 1379, the power of Abbot was taken over by Kuno von Stoffeln. He oversaw the dependency from the fort Clanx to keep his land under his control. But his use of an absolute sovereign power feared the people of Appenzell, which eventually led them to form a folk alliance to stand up for their freedom.... search for Clanx on IMDb

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    Directed by Valentin Baerlocher. 14th Century in Appenzell, Switzerland. For centuries the abbey of St. Gallen ruled the land of Appenzell. In 1379, the power of Abbot was taken over by Kuno von Stoffeln. He oversaw the ...

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