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The Bomb

Belgium, 1969 (MIFF 1970, Programme 33)

Director: Robbe de Hert

A bomb drops by accident in the Belgian countryside. The farmer who keeps it refuses to reveal that he has it. His wife is played by Betsy Blair, who played the girlfriend of Marty.

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