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Bird Hunt

USA, 1951 (MIFF 1955, Out of Doors)

Director: Richard Hawkins

The experience of two boys, one six and the other eleven years old, who go hunting in an open field with an air rifle. The shock of their first encounter with death is portrayed when they shoot and kill a bird.

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