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21-87

Canada, 1963 (MIFF 1965, Canadian Films)

Director: Arthur Lipsett

21-87 is another astringent view of life, disturbed and disturbing, by Arthur Lipsctt. His concern with alienation of the individual in this age was first shown in Very Nice, Very Nice, screened at a prevous Festival.

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