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The Call of the Open Air

Denmark, 1959 (MIFF 1961, Programme 6)

Director: Jorgen Roos

The open-air movement in a historical cross-section. The picture is chiefly based on original historical material such as paintings, engravings, photographs and old films, contrasting sharply with the short final sequence of present-day shots.

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