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The Reaper

USA, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Film School Films)

Director: Robert Ebinger

A dramatic, poetically lyrical film which tries to reach an adult audience with its message: man, in the end, has only himself on which to rely. He must be true to those things which compose his life, and form his soul.

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