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Michael

UK, 1961 (MIFF 1962, The Young Years)

Director: Heather Sutton

This is a sensitive film on a young mongol boy. Michael, who works on a farm doing odd jobs for the men. With a friend he collects firewood, and later spends the evening happily dancing to the gramophone.

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