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Caroline

Canada, 1964 (MIFF 1965, Canadian Films)

Director: Georges Dufaux, Clément Perron

Caroline works, with detached efficiency, with a tele­phone company. We step in on this special day, when her husband has apparently forgotten their wedding anniversary.

First Prize, Narrative Shorts, Venice Festival.

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