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Kindergarten

Canada, 1962 (MIFF 1963, Child's Vision)

Director: Guy L. Coté

Presented with little commentary, the film is a candid camera study of children being very much themselves in the special world of the kindergarten classroom. The children's freedom from inhibition in the presence of three cameras makes a fascinating study for the curious adult.

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