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Line of Apogee

USA, 1967 (MIFF 1970, Programme 21)

Director: Lloyd Michael Williams

A stream-of-consciousness excursion through the mind of a young man. Boy, man and elder confront each other: colour changes with mood, actuality blends into fantasy, and past, present and future merge and separate. The film was five years in the making

Grand Prix. St. Lawrence

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