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Birthright

UK, 1960 (MIFF 1961, Programme 31)

Director: Sarah Erulkar

The film shows how the work of the Family Planning Association is directed towards helping not only those who wish to plan their families, but also those who are childless. The film emphasises some of ths evils of over-population in many areas of the world, and illustrates the work of the Association and the different types of patients being interviewed in the clinics.

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