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It's About This Carpenter

USA, 1963 (MIFF 1965, American Shorts)

Director: Lewis Teague

A modern day parable traces the journey of a young carpenter from his Greenwich Village home to a church, where he delivers a commissioned wooden cross.

Golden Eagle, Cine.

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