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The Air My Enemy

UK, 1971 (MIFF 1972)

Director: Sarah Erulkar

Success has been achieved in the fight against pollution by diminishing smoke in London, but Britain's air still absorbs six million tons of sulphur dioxide. Improved ways of using fuel are being researched, but the root of pollution is human greed.

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