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An Army of Hewn Stone

Netherlands, 1957 (MIFF 1958, Programme 1)

Director: Theo Van Haren Norman

In a moving combination, Netherlands war memorials and Resistance monuments tell the story of war, oppression, resistance, hunger and liberation. The commentary is composed of poems written by patriots during the occupation of Holland.

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