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Visages de Femmes

France, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Programme 9)

Director: Peter Foldes

This cartoon film presents portraits of three women in the characteristic Foldes style:

Sibylle, the psychedelic woman

Flora, the flower woman

Bilitis, the happy woman.

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