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The Jolifou Inn

Canada, 1955 (MIFF 1956, Chiaroscuro)

Director: Colin Low

The changing seasons, the Quebec countryside, and the French settlers of Canada of 100 years ago seen through the paintings of Cornelius Kreighoff.

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