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The Burning of a Thousand Suns

France, 1966 (MIFF 1970, Programme 14)

Director: Pierre Kast

A science fiction film concerned with the adventures of an inter-galactic traveller.

Gold Medal for science fiction film Trieste; Special Jury Prize, Rio de Janeiro.

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