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To Kill A Child

Sweden, 1953 (MIFF 1962, The Young Years)

Director: Gosta Werner

Made as part of a road safety campaign this film, with its concern for responsibility for the death of a child on the road, and the slow build-up of this theme, is hauntingly effective.

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