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At Table

Belgium, 1958 (MIFF 1961, Programme 17)

Director: Luc De Heusch

The sights, sounds and behaviour of various social groups at meal times. Often the camera has a satirical eye and comments brilliantly on some touch of greed, pathos, or quirk of character.

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