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Days of My Years

Netherlands, 1960 (MIFF 1962)

Director: Max de Haas

Told without commentary or dialogue the film presents a fascinating photographed series of reminiscences of a man, of his boyhood and youth, drawing a moral on the future of the world. "Mention Speciale" at the Cannes Film Festival.

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