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All That Mighty Heart

UK, 1963 (MIFF 1965)

Director: R. K. Neilson Baxter

London — the slow build-up to rush hour followed by the mid-morning lull, the hurly-burly of Saturday's sport and other pastimes, then the evening gaiety of the West End. Meanwhile, below the surface, men are tunnelling a new tube line.

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