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Le Pèlerin Perdu

France, 1962 (MIFF 1964, Le Pèlerin Perdu)

Director: G. Jorré

In 15th century France, a pilgrim loses his companions in a forest. When he eventually reaches a village, he is given work by a fisherman but the rest of ihe village rejects him because they believe that a lost pilgrim is abandoned by God. . . .

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