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Portugal, Country of Cork

Germany, 1959 (MIFF 1960, Programme 16)

Director: Alfred Ehrhardt

The film tells of the extended cork oak forests in Portugal, of the peeling of the cork, its industrial processing and the production of pressed cork. We see how cork affects the economy of all countries.

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