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The Moebius Flip

USA, 1969 (MIFF 1971, Programme B)

Director: Roger Brown

A fantasy movie about a group of skiers who find that the world has flip flopped on the other side of reality. The Moebius Flip, a flip plus a full-twist, proves to be the solution to their problem. They perform a variety of daredevil stunts in their attempt to return to reality.

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