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Misunderstanding

Yugoslavia, 1959 (MIFF 1960, Programme 2)

Director: Ante Babaja

A millstone is exhibited by chance at a modern art exhibition. The admirers of abstract art are enthusiastic about the new work until the miller appears and takes back the stone to the mill.

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